The Defender's DilemmaAdvanced cyber attackers know what you rely on to succeed: access to data, trusted software, and people to get the job done. They also know that exploiting those things is the fastest way inside.
But getting in is only the first step. Once inside, these malicious actors know how to wreak havoc. They move laterally and use encryption to cover their tracks so they can accomplish their real objective: executing ransomware or exfiltrating your valuable customer data and intellectual property. From there, they can cut off access to the critical systems and data you need, all while eroding trust among your customers and your team.
The Intruder's DemiseAdvanced attackers should be fought where they are: on the inside. Advanced threats, like insider threats, require a post-compromise defense posture. You can turn the kill chain to your favor with ExtraHop Reveal(x) network detection and response (NDR).
ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 is covert and tamper-proof, meaning attackers will have no idea you're on to them until it's too late. As they move laterally within your network, Reveal(x) 360 is the only solution that can decrypt Active Directory traffic. It shows you not just where intruders are, but where they've been. With 90-days of lookback, you have all the information you need to go from detection to response within a few clicks.