Expel featured in Aite-Novarica Group’s August 2021 Impact Report
What’s inside this threat hunting focused report?
Here’s a great tool for buyers considering hunting service providers. There are hundreds of threat hunting solutions available today – Aite-Novarica Group narrowed this list to only include those with a “direct (not licensed or white-labeled), demonstrated threat hunting market presence.” This impact report features those 13 vendors within three categories: stand-alone products, MDR-based threat hunting services and threat hunting extensions to existing security solutions.
Download the report to learn:
- How Expel Hunting stacks up: Discover why Expel stands out and goes beyond traditional threat hunting services.
- What makes Expel Hunting worth it: Learn how Expel provides a hunting solution that uses both human expertise and advanced automation capabilities that ensure analytic rigor and detailed outputs.
- Why proactive hunting matters and needs a permanent place in your security approach: Stay one step ahead with an in-depth hunting overview outlining the most important aspects of threat hunting today.
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A closer look
Aite-Novarica Group highlighted several distinguishing Expel Hunting features and capabilities including …
- Proactive, reactive and targeted hunts
- MITRE ATT&CK Framework alignment
- Highly experienced hunters
- Automated workflows
- A focus beyond threats
- Insights outlining interesting activity
- Hunts for newly identified IOCs
- Detailed findings reports
- Resilience recommendations
- Remediation actions
Read more about threat hunting
What to consider as you add hunting to your org’s security program (like cost and security team capacity) and your options when you don’t have the resources to build the threat hunting program yourself.
We pull data from your security tech, detect attacker activity, fill in your blind spots and tell you how to prevent them.
There are several paths you can follow in building a threat hunting program. And, depending on what your hunting goals are, there are lots of options for how to hunt and what tools to use.