Press release

ExtraHop Joins IBM Security App Exchange Community

Sponsored by Businesswire

ExtraHop, provider of enterprise cyber analytics from the inside out,
today launched the ExtraHop for IBM QRadar app, which integrates with
IBM Security Intelligence technology to stream accurate, contextual
network behavioral detections into the QRadar SIEM. With Reveal(x)
detections in QRadar, organizations have a complete picture of
suspicious or anomalous behavior on their network, as well as the
ability to perform rapid, guided investigations. This bi-directional
integration lets analysts move back to ExtraHop to explore forensic
detail captured from network data.

The new application is freely available to the security community
through IBM Security App Exchange, a platform where developers across
the industry can share applications based on IBM Security technologies.
As sophisticated threats evolve, collaborative development among
security providers is critical to helping organizations adapt quickly
and to speeding innovation in the fight against cybercrime.

The ExtraHop app complements IBM QRadar, the company’s Security
Intelligence platform, which gives organizations complete visibility
into their entire infrastructure in real-time and applies advanced
analytics to prioritize critical threats. Leveraging QRadar’s open
application programming interface (API), ExtraHop allows joint customers
to stream Reveal(x) machine learning-powered detections of anomalous and
malicious behaviors into QRadar, where they can sort the events by
title, risk score, update time, and more. Security teams can also search
for specific events, quickly drill down to investigate IP addresses of
offenders and victims in Reveal(x), and create new rules based on
Reveal(x) detections of anomalous and malicious behaviors. Each
detection viewed within QRadar is linked to the Reveal(x) environment,
enabling analysts to quickly pivot to Reveal(x) and extract immediate,
contextual details they simply cannot gather from log and netflow data

Rich insights (4700 metadata types) extracted in real time from network
traffic are especially important to identify late-stage attack activity,
including lateral movement, privilege escalation, command and control
(C2), and exfiltration. Real-time detections of these and other
behaviors enable SOC analysts using IBM QRadar to recognize attacks
earlier, with higher confidence, and access forensic-quality detail to
validate and deposition an incident with less effort and time.

“Hundreds of our joint enterprise-class customers have told us that IBM
and ExtraHop working together helps them adopt a security-first
approach. With our powerful technical integration, global enterprises
will have access to invaluable automated threat detection, correlation,
and investigation,” said Raja Mukerji, Chief Customer Officer and
Co-Founder at ExtraHop. “Now ExtraHop and IBM QRadar app customers will
have complete real-time visibility into suspicious network activity and
the ability to quickly detect and investigate threats to critical

The ExtraHop for IBM QRadar app is available for free download on the IBM
Security App Exchange
and also from the ExtraHop
Solution Bundles Gallery

About ExtraHop

provides enterprise cyber analytics that deliver security and
performance from the inside out. Our breakthrough approach analyzes all
network interactions in real time and applies advanced machine learning
to help you investigate threats, ensure the delivery of critical
applications, and protect your investment in the cloud. With this
approach, we help the world’s leading enterprises including Credit
Suisse, Hasbro, Caesars Entertainment, and Liberty Global rise above the
noise of alerts, organizational silos, and runaway technology with
complete visibility, real-time detection, and guided investigation. To
experience the power of ExtraHop, explore our interactive
online demo
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