Intrusion detection systems (IDS), popularized in the 1990s, continue to underwhelm security teams as an ineffective detection-in-depth technology against modern threats. Retire your noisy IDS and apply that budget to Reveal(x), a next-generation IDS. Your time-strapped team will thank you.
Reveal(x) is powered by machine learning (ML) anomaly detection, high-risk CVE exploit identification, contextual threat hunting, and streamlined incident response with forensics capabilities. Unlike IDS, a brittle signature technology, Reveal(x) adds post-compromise detection to expose successful intrusions originating from social engineering, credential abuse, and supply chain attacks too.
With the cloud-native Reveal(x), you can close security and compliance gaps in cloud initiatives and see into encrypted traffic, unachieved with that old IDS. And do it without friction for your DevOps innovation pipeline. DevOps, and adversaries, won't even know it's there.
Time Weakens IDS
Network evolution creates IDS blindspots:
- Abstract, jagged perimeter with BYOD and cloud.
- The network went dark with encrypted traffic.
- Attackers favor social and credential attacks over exploits.
Reveal(x) full-spectrum detection powered by a blend of machine learning and rule-based analytics exposes lateral movement from intruders already inside the walls.
Better security pays off by reducing operational, financial, and reputation risk. With Reveal(x), you can also buy down compliance risk in cloud initiatives and encryption blind spots. Equally important, your time-strapped defenders will recover needed cycles from ML filtered alerting, contextual threat hunting, and incident response with forensics capabilities.
Without ExtraHop, the investigation would have taken days or weeks ... Even the FBI was impressed when they found out how quickly we identified and contained the threat!
CIO, Wood County Hospital
Reveal(x), Next Gen IDS
|Critical CVE exploit detection|
|Static threshold rules|
|ML anomaly detection|
|Insider threat detection|
|Contextual threat hunting|
|Incident response orchestration|
|Forensics (PCAP storage)|