ExtraHop and AWS have partnered to bring Network Detection and Response (NDR) to the hybrid cloud. With ExtraHop Reveal(x) Cloud, AWS customers have the turnkey, zero-infrastructure approach they need to fulfill shared responsibility requirements and build their security the way they build their business: cloud-first.
An Enterprise-Ready, Cloud-First Approach
ExtraHop Reveal(x) Cloud supports the customer's side of the shared responsibility model: data access, identity and access management, network security, and application security. With a unified analytics and investigation environment that spans the entire hybrid attack surface, SOC teams can confidently manage cloud risks, detect threats quickly, and respond before the business is affected. Reveal(x) Cloud is a turnkey, zero-infrastructure solution that helps you secure workloads and control hybrid applications from the inside out.
Purpose-built threat detection targets the top three threat categories in cloud environments: misconfigurations, malicious data access, and application security. Reveal(x) Cloud combines deep content insights and transaction fluency with event data from AWS CloudWatch and other AWS tools to deliver complete visibility at cloud scale, automatically identifying events of interest including rogue instances, disabled log systems, and suspicious file execution.
ExtraHop is a member of the AWS Consulting Partner Private Offer (CPPO) Program. The CPPO Program enables channel partners to resell AWS enterprise contracts and vendor products like ExtraHop through AWS Marketplace, allowing customers to take advantage of discounts negotiated by resellers and provide executives with a single bill of materials for their all-up AWS spend each month.
Gain transaction-level visibility into AWS
Detect and investigate cloud threats in real time
Optimize services delivery and ensure compliance
ExtraHop's Reveal(x) Cloud allows customers to use traffice mirroring from AWS to achieve better network visibility, detection and response, and to do that as a service.
Fernando Montenegro Senior Analyst, 451 Research