Today we announced Exabeam Fusion XDR and Exabeam Fusion SIEM, two new powerful cloud-delivered security products that efficiently solve threat detection, investigation and response (TDIR) without disrupting your existing technology stack. We created our Fusion products to provide all of the capabilities, processes, and content needed to help you easily achieve your desired security outcomes and maximize the return on your existing security investments.
Exabeam Fusion products integrate Exabeam’s market-leading behavioral analytics and automation capabilities to deliver the industry’s first outcomes-based approach to security operations (SecOps). The Fusion product line showcases Exabeam’s open approach to extended detection and response (XDR) and security information and event management (SIEM) enabling any organization to obtain advanced TDIR capabilities.
Fusion customers can easily identify and respond to critical security issues, intrusions and attacks from a single, centralized control plane, substantially increasing analyst productivity and reducing response times. Exabeam Fusion offerings accurately differentiate normal behavior from abnormal activity, apply risk scoring to identify notable users and events, and build Smart Timelines™ to automatically reconstruct security incidents providing accelerated investigation and response.
While XDR is a new term for the industry, Exabeam has been a provider of XDR functionality for several years based on our broad data support, analytics-led detection capabilities, tireless emphasis on analyst workflow optimization, and investigation and response automation. In fact, Exabeam Fusion XDR is currently the most adopted XDR solution on the market, with over 500 companies already deployed and operational.
Exabeam Fusion XDR efficiently solves TDIR without disrupting your current technology stack. Delivered as a cloud solution, Fusion XDR takes an outcomes-based approach and offers prescriptive workflows and pre-packaged content to efficiently solve TDIR based on our threat centric use case packages. Pre-built integrations with hundreds of third party security tools and our market-leading user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) combine weak signals from multiple products with an understanding of normal operating behavior to find complex threats missed by other tools. Embedded machine learning algorithms continuously learn to improve detection capabilities and keep pace with new and evolving threats. Prescribed workflows and pre-packaged content focused on specific threat types enable SOCs to achieve more successful TDIR outcomes. Automation of triage, investigation, and response activities from a single, centralized control plane turbocharges analyst productivity and reduces response times.
Fusion XDR leverages all aspects of our TDIR capabilities to increase the effectiveness of your existing security tooling as well as boosts SOC productivity through automation and centralized workflows.
Exabeam Fusion SIEM takes a different approach to building a modern SIEM so you no longer need to pick between best-of-class detection and response, and efficient logging and search. Fusion SIEM includes all Fusion XDR features and capabilities plus access to cloud-based log storage, rapid and guided search, and comprehensive compliance reporting expected of any modern SIEM. This new approach to SIEM is the integration of a modern, cloud-delivered SIEM with the world-class TDIR of an open extended detection and response (XDR) solution.
TDIR Use Case Packages
Exabeam is also announcing the general availability of Exabeam’s TDIR Use Case Packages that are integrated into Exabeam Fusion XDR and Exabeam Fusion SIEM. These use case packages provide prescriptive workflows and end-to-end content that address the complete SecOps lifecycle — including data sources, detection models, watchlists, investigation checklists and response playbooks — to assist analysts with repeatedly delivering successful outcomes.
These use case packages help SOC teams successfully achieve TDIR outcomes for more than 20 common threat-centric problems faced by security professionals today. Organized into three broad categories — external threats, compromised insiders, and malicious insiders — these 20 use cases provide a blueprint for how teams can tackle specific threats as they build and optimize their security programs.