Exabeam's SIEM offering, called Exabeam Security Management Platform (SMP), has gained deeper connections to major public cloud platforms -- including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
The deeper integrations enable organizations to detect improper access of cloud storage objects and defend against threats to cloud-based data, such as attackers exfiltrating sensitive data or hosting malicious files, Exabeam says.
Specifically, Exabeam's software can now ingest audit data from Amazon Simple Storage Services (Amazon S3), Microsoft Azure Blobs and Google Cloud Platform Cloud Storage buckets.
The result: Exabeam can distinguish malicious activity from normal behavior and allow security analysts to easily identify and follow attacks on cloud storage objects before they lead to a security breach, the company says.
Exabeam MSP and MSSP Partner Program
The platform enhancements surface roughly five months after Exabeam expanded its partner program to further support MSPs and MSSPs (managed security services providers).
MSPs and MSSPs can leverage Exabeam for threat detection and response services, the company said at the time.