Aruba IntroSpect for UEBA and NTA

IntroSpect User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) and Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) solutions use AI-based machine learning and advanced analytics to help detect, investigate and respond to hidden inside attacks that have evaded perimeter defenses – before they do damage.


Get a consolidated view of security relevant activities.

Entity360 represents an entity’s security-relevant activity regardless of data source, devices used or activity type. It includes a risk score (0 to 100) as well as a full security profile with hours worth of investigation available in a single click.
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Prioritize security risks.

Entity risk scores based on machine learning can account for key factors like the order and time of incidents across various attack stages as well as time since detection and business context. Accurate, normalized scores mean security analysts can confidently prioritize their efforts.
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Predict malicious intent through analytics.

Machine learning-based analytics build baselines for normal behavior of both individual entities and groups by continuously monitoring IT activities – like authentication, remote access, internal access to high-value resources and cloud app usage – across network and log data.
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Get instant visibility to high risk activity.

Attack detection and forensics are intrinsically tied together, providing analysts with instant access to complete investigative records. Security teams can now triage more efficiently, make more informed decisions, and respond before damage is done.
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Aruba ClearPass + IntroSpect for an end-to-end security solution.

Award winning Aruba security products provide 360 degree protection by combining ClearPass network access control with behavior analytics-based attack detection and alerting for a complete solution that secures your organization from malicious threats.
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