Monitor Sensitive Data

Attackers can't steal data without moving it across the network.

Sensitive data is often segmented by internal firewalls but an attacker gains privileges and "known" credentials access the system the data will be exfiltrated before you catch it. To steal valuable data, attackers often move it to a staging area inside the target network, then exfiltrate from there.

With ExtraHop Reveal(x)

Detect Unauthorized Movement of Sensitive Data

With Reveal(x) you have a better chance of detecting post-compromise attack activities like lateral movement data staging, to stop data breaches from occurring. Watching the movement of sensitive data enables faster, more confident investigation with immediate context about the users and protocols involved, as well as compromise scoping and reporting, so analysts can act quickly to stop the breach and contain the damage.

Get Answers to the Tough Questions

How do you monitor access to sensitive data to detect unauthorized data movement?

Reveal(x) machine learning infers which devices and data are most critical, and detects unauthorized movements of sensitive data within the environment and across the perimeter.

How do you monitor access to sensitive data to detect unauthorized data movement?

Reveal(x) machine learning infers which devices and data are most critical, and detects unauthorized movements of sensitive data within the environment and across the perimeter.

How do you detect unauthorized data movement?

Reveal(x) identifies vendors "phoning home" data without your consent and traces data transfers internally, as well as to external endpoints, APIs & cloud services.

How do you detect unauthorized data movement?

Reveal(x) identifies vendors "phoning home" data without your consent and traces data transfers internally, as well as to external endpoints, APIs & cloud services.

How do your security tools or analysts know if a data transfer is malicious?

Reveal(x) provides instant access to packet level forensic detail and decryption keys to automatically understand the context of data flows and catch insider threats and malicious data movement.

How do your security tools or analysts know if a data transfer is malicious?

Reveal(x) provides instant access to packet level forensic detail and decryption keys to automatically understand the context of data flows and catch insider threats and malicious data movement.

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Jeff Ybarra
Sr. IT Manager of Network & Security, Ulta Beauty