Exabeam is a leading provider of user and entity behavior analytics, based on security-based data science and innovative Stateful User Tracking technology. We enable customers to detect and thwart cyber attacks that would otherwise go unseen by most enterprises. At the same time, we exponentially increase the productivity and effectiveness of valuable security operations teams by enabling them to cut through the noise of thousands of alerts and focus immediately on high-risk user profiles and behaviors. Built by seasoned security and enterprise IT veterans from Imperva and Sumo Logic, Exabeam is headquartered in San Mateo, California. Exabeam is privately funded by Norwest Venture Partners, Aspect Ventures, and investor Shlomo Kramer. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Modern Attacks Rely on Credentials
Exabeam behavior-based security intelligence goes beyond pure data science and data analytics. We’re unique in three critical ways.
See Value Immediately
The Exabeam platform ships with pre-built content for the most common user behavior analytics scenarios. It understands your environment quickly and knows how to process the log data you are already collecting. Achieve tangible business value right away. No agents, no taps, no science projects. It’s the only UBA solution that delivers real value within hours of installation.
Catch Attacks Early
Exabeam’s unique session data model, called Stateful User Tracking, finds hard-to-spot attack techniques such as lateral movement and privilege escalation. Hacker evading your analysts by hopping across machines and accounts? Not with Exabeam UBA and Threat Hunter. Your SOC analysts will see trouble quickly and can hunt for problems wherever they might be.
Turbocharge SOC Teams
“My security team has too much time on its hands” said no one ever. SOC and IR teams are overworked and hard to hire. Exabeam automates much of the work involved in an incident investigation, accelerating the creation of an end-to-end story of the attack. Exabeam gives your security professionals needed powers to get their jobs done effectively and efficiently.