Integrate Reveal(x) with Exabeam to accelerate threat detection and response
ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 delivers machine-learning-driven network threat detection and behavioral insights to Exabeam. Correlate network insights with SIEM logs to detect unknown threats faster, and automate response actions via SOAR.
Why Integrate ExtraHop Reveal(x) NDR with Exabeam?
Covert, Tamperproof Security
Attackers know how to tamper with activity logging and delete logs on compromised endpoints. But no attacker can avoid the network. When the attacker can't tell you're watching, and can't cut off your visibility, you have a better chance of catching them before they succeed in stealing your data.
Integrating multiple data sources is an undisputed good for security operations teams. Activity logs, network monitoring, and endpoint data provide different, complementary perspectives on advanced threat tactics attackers use to breach enterprise networks.
Unparalleled Detection of Unknown Threats
By integrating Reveal(x) network detection and response (NDR) with Exabeam's automated threat detection, investigation, and response (TDIR) workflows, you gain a high-level view of observed network threat behaviors and activity logs from impacted devices. This enables faster, more confident detection of unknown threats, which drives more specific and effective automated response.
Reveal(x) enables 84% faster threat response. By correlating Reveal(x) NDR with Exabeam Fusion SIEM or Exabeam Fusion XDR, you give analysts the tools to stop breaches faster.
Achieve Full-Spectrum Coverage
Reveal(x) discovers and identifies every device on the networks, and can tell whether or not it is transmitting activity logs to a SIEM or being monitored with an endpoint agent, so your team can monitor and manage every device.
Detect More MITRE ATT&CK Techniques
Many post-compromise attack techniques require network visibility for detection. By integrating Reveal(x) with Exabeam, you achieve greater MITRE ATT&CK coverage.
Advanced attackers hide their behaviors in encrypted channels. Reveal(x) securely decrypts traffic for high-fidelity detection with fewer false positives and instant access to decrypted packets for forensics.
Automate Response through SIEM/SOAR
Reveal(x) detects threats that may be invisible to other tools, and can be used to trigger earlier response actions, to cut off an attacker's progress before they do damage.
How Reveal(x) NDR Completes your Open XDR Architecture
XDR is a model, framework, and architecture for selecting and integrating the right tools for your security operations. No XDR approach is complete without NDR, SIEM, EDR, TDIR, and some method of closely integrating those solutions, such as a SOAR product or direct, API-driven integration between each product.
ExtraHop is the founding, and currently only NDR vendor in the XDR Alliance, a group of like-minded vendors spearheaded by Exabeam to promote an open ecosystem approach to cybersecurity, so that every security team can achieve the XDR approach that works best for their business. Read more about the XDR Alliance on our blog.