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Advanced analytics and workflow orchestration can take SecOps from alert fatigue and tool bloat to proactive efficiency. ExtraHop Reveal(x) shifts your SOC into high gear with unprecedented visibility into east-west traffic and automated investigation into late stage attacks.

Unprecedented Visibility

With a complete, real-time view across the hybrid enterprise (including into east-west traffic, which no other solution delivers), Reveal(x) makes it easy for analysts, SOC managers, and executives to focus on high priority threats, likely targets, and critical assets.

Definitive Insights

By applying machine learning to critical assets and prioritizing late stage attack and insider threat behaviors, Reveal(x) does a better job of detecting and surfacing emerging threats than humans, rules, or logs.

Immediate Answers

Reveal(x) builds context into every stage of the investigation workflow, automatically integrating threat intelligence with detection and response so tier 1 analysts can perform like tier 3 experts—especially when they take advantage of robust integrations with Phantom, Splunk, ServiceNow, and Palo Alto.

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Shift Your SOC Into High Gear

While perimeter and endpoint controls provide protection and visibility north-south, most enterprises don't have much monitoring or detection if the attacker gets—or starts—inside. That blind spot means that once a host has been compromised, the internal activities are hard to detect, diagnose, or root cause—and thanks to rapidly evolving threats, compromise isn't a question of if but of when.

Modern SOCs meet that challenge by proactively detecting and hunting attackers. They use advanced behavioral analytics and context-rich investigative workflows for effective threat detection and response, efficient forensics, and ongoing hygiene to patrol and harden the attack surface. Read on to learn how ExtraHop Reveal(x) supports initiatives from one end of the modern SOC to the other.

SecOps Face Off: Reveal(x) vs. Darktrace

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Not only does ExtraHop allow us to see and alert on [suspicious] activity as it happens, we have the data we need to drill down to the source, get the answer, and protect our assets.

Mike Sheward Principal Security Architect, Accolade


Database Breach

Under Attack

High Value
Media Theft

Database Breach

When an employee laptop opened up a suspicious dialogue with a database chock full of sensitive customer payment info, ExtraHop Reveal(x) immediately detected and correlated the anomalous behavior of both the laptop and the DB.

What Reveal(x) Uncovered

  • An internal laptop logged in as admin to a DB it had never communicated with before
  • The laptop issued suspicious "SELECT" and "DROP TABLE" methods to the DB
  • The laptop tried to open an FTP connection to a rare external IP address

Saving the Day

With an early warning and full context of what they were dealing with, the security team was able to prevent any transfer of stolen data.

A Hospital
Under Attack

When ransomware struck a regional hospital network, Reveal(x) detected anomalous READ and WRITE activity in the SMB/CIFS traffic to an internal storage cluster and recognized it as classic ransomware behavior.

What Reveal(x) Uncovered

  • Anomalous SMB/CIFS activity in the traffic to a sensitive storage cluster
  • READ and WRITE commands were being issued from rare devices to storage
  • A regular cadence of WRITE commands was resulting in random character strings for file names and file extensions

Saving the Day

The security team immediately denied the ransomware's WRITE ability and restored what little data they'd lost.

High Value
Media Theft

A compromised content database server started communicating with a foreign system. Reveal(x) detected failed DNS requests going from a valuable server to a home internet modem in China, followed by an abrupt halt: the attack was underway.

What Reveal(x) Uncovered

  • DNS requests being issued from inside the company to Google
  • Regular failed login requests coming in from outside company IP space
  • A server with sensitive data connecting to a home modem in China

Saving the Day

The security team isolated the compromised server in time to prevent any valuable intellectual property from being exfiltrated.