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ExtraHop's platform allows organizations to deploy Reveal(x) in the Google Cloud. Reveal(x) provides unmatched speed, scale, and visibility needed to detect and respond to threats in cloud and hybrid environments.
ExtraHop Reveal(x)’s Network Detection and Response (NDR) technology stands as a leader in the space. Recognized by Gartner in their annual Market Guide, Reveal(x) can be deployed on most leading cloud infrastructures, including Microsoft Azure.
Alphabet’s announcement concerning the inclusion of big-data security into Chronicle led to a 5% drop in the value of Spunk’s shares and sparked a debate on which security information and event management (SIEM) tool supplies better options.
As business operations expand and move to the cloud, so does security. ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) platform can be deployed on a variety of cloud infrastructures. It makes sense for ExtraHop, leader in Network Detection and Response, to partner with tech giant Amazon Web Services (AWS).
ExtraHop is an industry leader in network detection and response (NDR), providing complete network visibility, real-time threat detection, and intelligent response at scale through their products.
Google Chronicle is a next-gen cloud SIEM solution, built from Google search engine infrastructure. Chronicle is able to normalize, index, correlate, and analyze data against itself and against third-party information to provide instant analysis and context in record speeds.
Google Chronicle is a cloud-based SIEM that can work as a standalone product or as an extension to current on-prem architectures.
SentinelOne is known for its AI-driven endpoint security protection platform (EPP). The lightweight agent integrates with leading security tools and platforms. Their team regularly announces partnerships and development with best-in-breed tools.
The idea of collecting data from logs and using this data for analyzing the behavior of software applications, endpoints and servers dates back to the 80s. It took over a decade for the first Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems to appear as an on-premise security tool that collects logs from multiple collection points to detect abnormal activity.