Monitor Critical Cloud Workloads

Cloud workloads require cloud-native security tools

As organizations move mission critical applications and sensitive data to the cloud, the need to monitor cloud workloads has never been greater. However, large blind spots still exist in VPCs and high lag times between events and investigation cause high MTTR and administrative burden.

With ExtraHop Reveal(x)

What Users, Where To, and What Data Is Contained?

Reveal(x) 360 views cloud workload activity from the network perspective, providing context of data flows including which users, where to, and what the data contained. Machine learning, along with line-rate decryption and full Layer 7 visibility automatically identifies anomalous behavior and traces data transfers inside the VPC, to external endpoints, APIs, and cloud services.

Get Answers to the Tough Questions

How do you currently monitor access to sensitive data in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 uses network traffic, the ground source of truth in the cloud, to provide real-time visibility into activity indicative of anomalous or suspicious access to cloud data stores.

How do you currently monitor access to sensitive data in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 uses network traffic, the ground source of truth in the cloud, to provide real-time visibility into activity indicative of anomalous or suspicious access to cloud data stores.

How do you detect unauthorized movement of large quantities of sensitive data in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 alerts on anomalous or suspicious movement of data across cloud networks.

How do you detect unauthorized movement of large quantities of sensitive data in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 alerts on anomalous or suspicious movement of data across cloud networks.

How do you get context to know if a data transfer is malicious?

Reveal(x) 360 provides context around data movements by showing source, recipients, data type, protocols, etc.

How do you get context to know if a data transfer is malicious?

Reveal(x) 360 provides context around data movements by showing source, recipients, data type, protocols, etc.

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We expect it [Reveal(x)] to be a key cloud security architecture component to help us trust and verify as we make the transition to cloud services.

Director of Technology Services
Manufacturing, Forrester TEI Study