SEATTLE – February 13, 2019 –ExtraHop, provider of enterprise cyber analytics from the inside out, today announced it has been recognized by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the "Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics." After being recognised for the past two consecutive years in the report, ExtraHop is positioned in the Leaders quadrant in 2019.
“We have always viewed the network as a powerful source of data and visibility that goes beyond just network operations” said Arif Kareem, CEO, ExtraHop “With our advanced machine learning, industry-leading decryption capability, and unmatched analysis speeds, we're putting the network to work to improve the performance of critical applications and to rapidly detect and investigate security threats. We believe our placement in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics recognises our visionary leadership in the space."
As IT operations become central to every facet of enterprise operations and demand for security increases, network and security teams increasingly look for ways to align priorities and workflows to improve security posture without compromising performance. With ExtraHop, enterprise IT Ops and SecOps teams have the complete visibility, real-time detection, and guided investigation they need to improve application performance, protect their investments in the cloud, and proactively hunt security threats from core to edge to cloud. The company's differentiated approach combines an analytics-first workflow with machine learning to surface insights and threats within the enterprise, helping networking, IT, and security teams optimise performance and minimise security risk.
To learn more about ExtraHop for NPMD, visit: https://www.extrahop.com/solutions/network/
To try it for yourself, check out the live, interactive online demo: www.extrahop.com/demo
Source: Gartner, "Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics," Sanjit Ganguli et al, 11 February 2019.
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ExtraHop provides enterprise cyber analytics that deliver security and performance from the inside out. Our breakthrough approach analyses 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 British Airways rise above the noise of alerts, organisational silos, and runaway technology with complete visibility, real-time detection, and guided investigation. To experience the power of ExtraHop, explore our interactive online demo or connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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