Improve Mean Time to Respond (MTTR)

"Alert spam" contributes to the security analyst's challenge to focus on what really matters.

Sophisticated cyberattacks go undetected for weeks or months, and when discovered, security analysts struggle to contain the compromise and assess its scope. Most detection tools are noisy and generate "ticket spam" to contribute to your security analyst's challenge. Privacy regulations increasingly have strict disclosure requirements that put pressure on incident response teams to conduct their investigations quickly and accurately.

With ExtraHop Reveal(x)

See the Alerts You Care About with Network Context

Reveal(x) empowers your analyst to respond quickly and appropriately by including an abundance of contextual information such as a related detection timeline, mapping to MITRE ATT&CK techniques, and compromised critical assets involved. Reveal(x) speeds up the investigation process by enabling analysts to easily trace attack activity and gather artifacts from periods of weeks or months and determine the scope of a potential incident.

Get Answers to the Tough Questions

How are you working to improve your MTTR?

Reveal(x) provides your analysts with rich local context and an intuitive investigation flow for every detection, surfacing transaction records and packets to reduce friction and accelerate response.

How are you working to improve your MTTR?

Reveal(x) provides your analysts with rich local context and an intuitive investigation flow for every detection, surfacing transaction records and packets to reduce friction and accelerate response.

How do you currently draw connections between disparate security events that may be related?

Reveal(x) automatically stitches together related events with local context by inferring device role, privilege level, and peer group, and baselining host and whole-network behavior.

How do you currently draw connections between disparate security events that may be related?

Reveal(x) automatically stitches together related events with local context by inferring device role, privilege level, and peer group, and baselining host and whole-network behavior.

How do your analysts confidently gauge the scope and impact of an incident?

Reveal(x) identifies every host, user, and file related to a detection, and keeps transaction records for every device to enable confident investigation and validation of an attack's impact.

How do your analysts confidently gauge the scope and impact of an incident?

Reveal(x) identifies every host, user, and file related to a detection, and keeps transaction records for every device to enable confident investigation and validation of an attack's impact.

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With ExtraHop Reveal(x) organizations improved response times by 84%.

Forrester Total Economic Impact of Reveal(x)