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Advanced network traffic analysis with ExtraHop Reveal(x) helps SecOps detect threats 95% faster while workflow orchestration speeds up time-to-resolve by up to 59%. Shift your enterprise SOC into high gear with unprecedented visibility into east-west traffic, no false positives or alert fatigue, and automated investigation into late stage attacks.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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