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Exabeam Unveils Fusion Cloud-Based XDR, SIEM Products

Exabeam has announced Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM -- which are cloud-based threat detection, investigation and response (TDIR) products equipped with behavioral analytics and automation capabilities.

Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM combine behavior analytics, TDIR automation and pre-built integrations with third-party security and productivity tools, Exabeam said. They can help organizations find cyber threats missed by other security tools.

Organizations can use Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM to identify and respond to security issues from a single platform, Exabeam noted. The products differentiate normal behavior from abnormal activity, apply risk scoring to identify users and events and build Smart Timelines to automatically reconstruct security incidents.

Also, Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM contain prescriptive workflows guided by pre-packaged, use case-specific content, Exabeam said. Security analysts can use these workflows to explore ways to defend against current and evolving threats.

Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM come in two editions: Core and Enterprise. In addition, Fusion SIEM includes all Fusion XDR features and capabilities, along with access to centralized log storage, guided search and compliance reporting.

Exabeam Introduces Alert Triage, Partners with Snowflake

The Fusion XDR and Fusion SIEM announcements come after Exabeam in March 2021 unveiled its Alert Triage application. Alert Triage enriches alerts with context; it presents alerts in a single screen to help security analysts quickly decide which ones to escalate or dismiss, according to the company.

Furthermore, Exabeam in January 2021 partnered with data cloud company Snowflake. The partnership allows organizations to use Exabeam security analytics and automation and Snowflake data lakes to identify security risks and automate investigations and incident response, the companies stated.

Exabeam offers a security management platform that helps organizations detect threats and minimize false-positive alerts. The company also provides a partner program that lets MSPs and MSSPs integrate its platform into their offerings.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.