Automating and streamlining security investigations.
This channel provides educational webinars about security analytics and investigation automation, and product info about ExtraHop Reveal(x), the network security analytics platform powered by AI, providing unprecedented visibility, advanced behavioral analytics, and investigation automation capabilities. Using real-time analytics and ML-driven anomaly detection, ExtraHop Reveal(x) enables security teams to accelerate investigations, reduce false positives, and optimize the capabilities of expert security analysts. To learn more visit www.extrahop.com/revealx
Eric Ogren, Senior Analyst at 451 Research; Barbara Kay Sr. Director of Security Product Marketing at ExtraHop
The network doesn’t lie. That’s one reason companies are increasingly turning to their network to simplify and speed up common SOC workflows. Network Traffic Analytics (NTA) complements log data and endpoint instrumentation with an objective view of threat behavior on the network, and dramatically reduces the time to detect and respond to threats.
In this webinar, you will learn how your peers are using NTA technology based on a new market research from 451 Research, as well as ExtraHop’s approach to NTA that goes beyond just detecting threats to also include automated investigation and robust forensics capabilities.
Raja Mukerji is the President and co-founder of ExtraHop Networks, where he is responsible for Customer Services, Systems Engineering, and Solutions Architecture. Raja ensures customer success, leveraging his background in the financial-services industry.
Raja co-founded ExtraHop after a seven-year tenure at F5 Networks where he was a Senior Software Architect and co-inventor of the TMOS platform. He was one of the lead developers behind the BIG-IP v9 product and the major-accounts liaison for critical issues within Product Development. Prior to F5, Raja worked as a Technology Architect at Strong Capital Management.
Raja is a renowned expert in application delivery and network protocols. He was involved in the FreeBSD project and contributed several enhancements to its TCP stack. Raja holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
What are the lessons learned from the biggest ransomware attacks to date (Wannacry, NotPetya)? How are organizations preparing against the next big attack?
Join top security experts for this interactive Q&A discussion on:
- Trends in ransomware attacks
- Backups, patches and other ways to protect your data
- How to bolster your organization's security culture
- Other threats on the horizon
- Nick Frost, Principal Consultant, Information Security Forum (ISF)
- Raja Mukerji, Co-Founder and President, ExtraHop
- Patrick Grillo, Senior Director Solutions Marketing, Fortinet
- Rob McGovern, Technical Product Manager, LogRhythm
The session will be streamed LIVE from London from the Infosecurity Europe conference.
Orchestration and automation theory has graduated to a concrete architecture for implementation. An action-driven architecture supports more proactive analysis and investigation for more effective detection, triage, investigation, and response.
The foundation of a successful security architecture in this model requires:
- Rich, trustworthy data covering all aspects of the environment
- Consolidated data sources and analytics processes
- Automated investigation and response capabilities
- Integration between tools and services for total coverage of every critical asset and data set.
In this webinar, we'll discuss how to build an action-oriented security architecture, key use cases, and critical success factors.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning can power cyber attacks and disrupt the operations of organizations on a global level. ML can also help organizations detect and analyze threats faster, as well as respond to attacks and security incidents. What are the latest advancements in AL & ML? How can we incorporate ML to improve our security posture and better protect our data?
Join security experts, researchers and practitioners for an interactive Q&A roundtable discussion. Viewers will learn more about:
- The latest AI/ML trends and applications in cyber security
- ML tasks for better security
- Threats, detection & response
- Hype vs. reality
- Recommendations for CISOs
- Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft
- Mary Writz, Director of Product Management, ArcSight, Micro Focus
- Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics, Vectra Networks
- Barbara Kay, Sr. Director of Security, ExtraHop
This is a CPE credit session in partnership with ITSPmagazine and (ISC)². This panel will be streamed LIVE from San Francisco during RSAC week.
In the early days of aviation, flight instrumentation made it safer to fly in bad weather. Today, cloud computing is taking off and revolutionizing how applications are built and delivered. But while these technologies offer new possibilities, they also can obscure visibility and make it much more difficult for IT Operations teams to detect security threats and diagnose the root cause of performance issues.
There is hope: the network remains the common denominator for all applications and provides a source of real-time insight across hybrid, multi-cloud environments.
In this webinar, IDC Research Director Brad Casemore and ExtraHop’s Director of Solutions Architecture, Eric Thomas, discuss how organizations can tap into network communications and maintain visibility for security and performance.
Securing your healthcare organization goes beyond investing in technology to secure your devices, data, and applications. In today's complex digital healthcare environment, your healthcare workflows broaden your risk exposure by interacting with multiple apps, devices, and users spread across multiple geographies. Securing these interactions and all of the components within these workflows requires investing in a comprehensive cybersecurity ecosystem that is more focused on business objectives and less focused on securing individual applications and devices.
This webinar will discuss the pieces of a cybersecurity ecosystem model, and how this type of model requires policies, processes, and technologies that allow your healthcare organization to take a more proactive approach to risk management and security.
Join us on November 8th, as ExtraHop, APCON, and Portland Community College (PCC) discuss the challenges PCC faced when trying to expand visibility and aggregate network traffic from multiple remote sites. The group will discuss how PCC was troubleshooting and managing their network in the past and how they’re now able to have visibility across multiple remote sites, access to instant dashboards, and the ability to go back in time to look at historical metrics -- all while staying within a tight budget.
Even the most advanced cybersecurity efforts are incomplete, as evidenced by the increasing number of major corporate data breaches that make headlines each year. Security professionals are forced to rely on SIEM platforms and other tools that, while valuable, are inherently limited and cannot be expected to deliver the complete results necessary for good security. Current efforts are barely keeping up with attackers. More tools, even better tools, are not the answer.
This webinar will discuss a new discipline for understanding the role each data source fulfills in the cybersecurity toolset, and how to take a strategic approach to extracting the most relevant, valuable insights from each data source for a more complete security posture that requires less manual effort to achieve.
Many teams throughout the enterprise—security, network, IT operations—lack the insights needed to make confident, data-driven decisions. People cannot access the data they need quickly, resulting in waste, slow response times, and expensive incidents.
With the announcement of version 7.0, ExtraHop provides real-time and empirical data all teams can benefit from through complete visibility, faster incident resolution, and stronger security.
In this webinar, we will cover the new ways we are helping our customers reveal the shape and context of their digital enterprise by demonstrating:
• Live activity maps that allow for unprecedented visual environment exploration
• Scheduled reports that share real-time views of the information that matters most to each user
Many organisations are looking for assistance to troubleshoot and tune their growing desktop and application virtualisation deployments.
Join this webinar to discover how you can track five key metrics that characterize the performance of your Citrix environment. We call these metrics “The Five Ls”: Launches, Logon Time, Load Times, Latency, ChanneLs.
ExtraHop and Phoenix Datacom will talk through real life examples of how the ExtraHop platform provides visualisations for these metrics as well as the details needed to dig deeper into the root cause making Citrix performance issues a thing of the past.