Integrations improve security team efficiency and effectiveness
Visibility eliminates shadow IT risk
Faster and more complete performance issue identification and inventory tracking
Reveal(x) is a critical component protecting our device data privacy, cybersecurity, and compliance. It allows us to quickly pinpoint those applications that don't have good security standards, so it's key to keeping us safe.
Cybersecurity Manager, U.S. Xpress Enterprises
A fast-growing company, U.S. Xpress went public in 2018. The company had used Symantec Endpoint Protection, but steady changes to the business meant the company needed to upgrade its security posture.
The company first replaced their simple antivirus solution with a more functional EDR from CrowdStrike before adding AlienVault's Open Source SIEM. The final piece was a strong NDR solution, so they investigated offerings from Darktrace, Gigamon, and ExtraHop.
"We picked ExtraHop Reveal(x) over the others because of its speed," says Cybersecurity Manager Kevin Wright. "The advanced machine learning and integrations are also key to achieving our business goals—and ExtraHop's customer service is second to none."
Wright's team has only three people who manage the company's cybersecurity, and they appreciated the opportunity to build out a program using the best tools they could find to maximize their effectiveness.
"Autodiscovery, peer group analysis, and the ease of creating investigations to view multiple detections make Reveal(x) simple to manage and use for our small team," he says. "And we especially like its real-time DVR capability—which lets us rewind time to look into specific issues instead of having to dig into a bunch of alerts with limited data to figure out what happened."
The security team has extended the use of Reveal(x) to the company's network engineers and developers who build in-house apps. These teams use the platform to assess performance analyses for servers and apps. The network team is also able to use it to troubleshoot networking issues.
"After a couple weeks to be sure that Reveal(x) had identified legitimate traffic, we added integration to CrowdStrike and customized dashboards. ExtraHop customer service was key in making our install so efficient and clean," says Wright.