Attackers Can't Hide from ExtraHop and Binary Defense Partnership

Attackers Can't Hide from ExtraHop and Binary Defense Partnership

By Greg Tavarez

Cyber threats are rapidly evolving. Bad actors continue to innovate new ways to evade security solutions, and companies are struggling to keep threats at bay as they are strapped for resources. Shrinking budgets and talent gaps factor into the struggle, but the top challenge when it comes to defending against cyberattacks is training, according to ExtraHop.

To better address this vulnerability, ExtraHop has entered a partnership with Binary Defense to offer Reveal(x) 360, ExtraHop’s SaaS-based network detection and response solution, as a managed service through the managed detection and response provider.

Reveal(x) 360 provides unified security across on-premises and cloud environments, 360-degree visibility, and situational intelligence without friction and immediate value. ExtraHop sensors deployed in data centers, clouds, and remote sites decrypt and analyze network traffic, using advanced AI for behavioral analysis, real-time threat detection and investigation.

The combination of Binary Defense’s expertise and ExtraHop’s platform provides a scalable, turnkey security solution at a fraction of the cost and time needed to discover and prevent threats early in the attack lifecycle.

“We recognize that NDR is critical to help businesses quickly identify and stop attacks in their tracks,” said Tracy Caudill, Chief Commercial Officer at Binary Defense. “This partnership fulfills a key component of the SOC Visibility Triad and pairs ExtraHop’s expertise in network threat detection with Binary Defense’s trusted security operations capabilities.”

Customers also gain access to 24/7/365 monitoring via Binary Defense’s security operations center utilizing ExtraHop to eliminate blind spots, detect lateral movement, and resolve advanced threats.

“This partnership offers customers the option to operationalize the ExtraHop platform with an extended team made up of Binary Defense’s security experts, eliminating the need for additional staff, skills development and prohibitive learning curves,” said Rafal Los, Head of Services Strategy and GTM at ExtraHop.

Whether it’s a smaller budget or training causing companies to be short on resources, ExtraHop and Binary Defense help customers protect their business and achieve rapid time to value with a human-driven, technology-assisted approach.

Edited by Alex Passett
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