While security and network teams have traditionally operated as separate entities, each with their own culture, tools, and processes, the barriers between these two groups are beginning to stand between enterprises and a scalable, secure customer experience. Between the industry-wide shortage of skilled security staff and the increasing complexity of hybrid infrastructures, closer collaboration between NetOps and SecOps is now a roadmap to success.
Adopting an integrated security and network operations center will help you streamline threat response workflows, add security staff that already know and understand the environment, and reduce operational expenses by eliminating unnecessary tool sprawl. ExtraHop Reveal(x) delivers industry-leading Network Detection and Response (NDR) that security and network teams can use to secure and accelerate the business.
ExtraHop has become a key part of our daily operations and workflow. With insights from ExtraHop, we can work with our customers and update systems to eliminate insecure communication pathways and better secure our company's environment as a whole.
Sr. Manager of Network & Telecommunications, Mitchell International
Organizational change is difficult, time-consuming, and stressful—but with scalable, real-time network detection and response from ExtraHop Reveal(x), both security and network teams have a comprehensive platform to ease the strain of transition.
With full east-west visibility that both teams can use to solve problems ranging from web application lag to brute-force attempts, and machine learning that helps to detect and prioritize issues across the hybrid enterprise, your enterprise can replace multiple legacy tools with a single modern platform.
Learn more about how to go about integrating your security and network teams in the ebook: An Executive's Guide to Integrating NetOps and SecOps. To get a feel for how ExtraHop Reveal(x) supports an integrated Security and Network Operations Center, explore shared use cases in the interactive online demo below.