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Why Exabeam for UEBA?

Cyber threats seem to get worse every week - they’re more frequent and affect more people. Your security systems can’t detect them, and your incident response teams are overloaded. Exabeam User Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) can help. Exabeam’s data science-driven approach to UEBA will help your security team find threats quickly and respond efficiently and effectively. Exabeam can cut incident investigations down from days to minutes…read on to learn more. Try Us
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  • User Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

    Exabeam’s unique session data model enables you to find lateral movement, privilege escalation, and other signals of modern attacks. Exabeam UEBA finds the entire scope of an attack -- all machines affected – so that you can rid your network of hackers.
  • Threat Hunting and Insider Threat

    Exabeam Threat Hunter gives you powerful search, pivot, and drill-down capability, to find user sessions that match any combination of attributes and activities. Now you can proactively find and contain adversaries on your network.
  • Accelerate Incident Investigation

    Does any organization have all the security expertise it needs? SOC and IR teams are stretched thin with too many alerts. Exabeam presents an end to end security story that shows exactly how an attack is unfolding, so that your teams can respond in seconds, not days.

See It For Yourself

Interested in seeing Exabeam in action? How about a live demo? Give us 15 minutes and we’ll show you a new way to detect and respond to threats.

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Videos

 
User Behavior Intelligence Strategy
Colin Anderson
VP IT, CSO, Safeway

“We were informed by our security consultants that they have spotted a bunch of our company’s employee records on the paste bin website. Our first thought – this is obviously the result of a data breach due to unauthorized access...

 
User Behavior Intelligence Strategy
Chris Hymes
Director of Information Security, Hulu

“It wasn’t that we didn’t have the logs; we had those. But they were in many divergent locations, and it took our analysts lots of time to actually dig into those logs and find them and put a story together. With Exabeam, it actually provides us with a story."

Webinars

Air date: August 18, 2016
(ISC)² Security Briefing: The Evolving Nature of Ransomware Attacks
Ryan Benson, Sr. Threat Researcher, Exabeam; Brandon Dunlap, (ISC)²
Air date: July 21, 2016
(ISC)² Security Briefing: Anatomy of a Ransomware Attack
Air date: June 23, 2016
Applying Data Science to User and Entity Behavior Analytics
Air date: May 19, 2016
How to Leverage Behavioral Analytics to Reduce Insider Threat

News & Events

Latest News

August 3, 2016
Ransomware: Victims have small window of opportunity to stop an attack dead in its tracks

After detonating various strains of ransomware in its lab, security specialist Exabeam learned that because encrypting large data-sets takes time, hospitals hit with ransomware can stop it, if they act quickly. Read the article

July 26, 2016
Trace3 Innovation Research Study on Cyber Security Predicts Consolidation, Greater Focus on User Behavior Analytics

Trace3, a pioneer in business transformation solutions, today released original research from its Innovation Research Team, designed to give CIOs a 360-degree balanced view of emerging technologies, including competitive benefits and potential drawbacks. Read the article

July 5, 2016
First Look: Exabeam Threat Hunter

We seem to be getting a lot of threat analysis tools lately. Each one seems to approach the problem of cyberthreat analysis a bit differently from its peers. Some are good at response – after-the-fact analysis and future prevention. Some are good at spotting trends in malicious activity that suggest a bot, malware, hacker or whatever. Read the article

Upcoming Events

September 12-15, 2016
(ISC)² Security Congress
September 8, 2016
DSS Industry Day
August 25, 2016
Data Connectors