Detect and mitigate insiders who are knowing or unknowingly carrying out an attack.
What if attackers can just log in?
If an attacker gains access to valid user credentials it becomes very simple to carry out a successful attack.
The end result – massive data breaches and even more costly recovery.
- Compromised Credentials
- Lateral Movement
- Privilege Escalation
- Privileged Activity
- Account Manipulation
- Data Exfiltration
Exabeam helps security teams detect compromised credentials by applying machine learning and user behavior analysis to baseline normal behavior for every user, device, and peer group.
Exabeam then automatically detects anomalous behaviors that are indicative of a compromised account, regardless of the attackers’ techniques.
Attackers Don’t Break In – They Log In
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries using compromised credentials with the support of automation and use case content across the full analyst workflow, from collection to response.
Using specific data Exabeam enables analysts to see risky access and attacker techniques, like pass the hash, pass the ticket, and more.
Exabeam behavioral models put anomalous activity, like first time or failed access to hosts and assets in the context of the historical behavior of that user, their peers, and their organization to clearly identify attacker behavior from normal activity.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries using lateral movement with the support of
automation and use case content across the full analyst workflow, from detection to response.
Privilege escalation can enable access to high-value assets without restriction.
Exabeam mitigates attackers’ privilege escalation by detecting techniques like credential enumeration, bloodhound execution, and more.
Behavioral models detect anomalous activity, like first-time access to hosts and assets or permission changes, and put them in the context of the historical behavior of that user, their peers, and their organization to clearly distinguish an attacker from a normal user.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries using privilege escalation with the support of automation and use case content, like behavioral models, rules and checklists, across the entire analyst workflow, from detection to response.
Attackers target privileged accounts to bypass security controls and monitoring, disrupt corporate operations, or exfiltrate large amounts of sensitive data.
Exabeam detects attackers performing privileged activity through the combination of user context and identification of abnormal behavior.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries compromising privileged accounts with the support of automation and pre-packaged use case content across the full analyst workflow, from detection to response.
Exabeam detects account manipulation by identifying abnormal user behavior such as manipulating an organization’s active directory (AD), creating or deleting accounts, or modifying group membership and permissions.
Exabeam also detects unusual activity performed by attackers, like when they hide behind system accounts, or when there is an abnormal activity using a non-service account.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries using account manipulation with the support of automation and use case content across the full analyst workflow, from detection to response.
Exabeam puts DLP alerts in the context of a user’s normal behavior to better identify when they pertain to a compromised user. By combining user activity from a variety of data sources, including those from DLP tools, Exabeam can detect data exfiltration across a variety of channels, including domain name system (DNS), email, or web upload.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries using data exfiltration with the support of automation and use case content across the full analyst workflow, from detection to response.
Exabeam detects anomalous activity associated with evasions, such as tampering with audit logs, file destruction or encryption, and the use of a tor proxy to hide web activity.
Exabeam helps security teams outsmart adversaries taking evasive actions with the support of automation and use case content across the full analyst workflow, from collection to response.
The Exabeam Resource Library
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Compromised credentials – when a legitimate user’s credentials have been unknowingly obtained by a malicious actor and used to access the corporate assetsRead the Solution Brief
Lateral movement is when an attacker compromises or gains control of one asset within a network and then moves internally within a network (“east-towest”) from that device to others.Read the Solution Brief
Mitigating Privileged Activity Threats
Strengthen your security posture by detecting privilege escalation, including techniques described in the MITRE ATT&CK framework like OS credential dumping and valid accounts.Read the Solution Brief
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