User & Entity Behavior Analytics

Analytics are Good, User Behavior Analytics are Better

User Behavior Analytics (UBA), also known as User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Security User Behavior Analytics (SUBA), and User and Network Behavior Analytics (UNBA), provides the most straightforward approach to detect compromised credentials, lateral movement, and other malicious behavior.

Analytics is an overused and oftentimes confusing term, especially when viewed in a security context. At its core, analytics solutions should discover meaningful patterns and insight without requiring the end user to have a data degree or “know what they don’t know.”

User behavior analytics applies analytics to the millions of network events your users generate every day to identify evidence of intruder compromise, insider threats, and risky behavior on the network.



User Behavior Analytics to Accelerate Incident Detection & Response

Say goodbye to sleepless nights and the sinking feeling that the bad guys are still inside your environment. Rapid7 InsightIDR is the only fully integrated detection and investigation solution that lets you identify a compromise as it occurs and complete an investigation before things get out of control.

Rapid7 InsightIDR User Entity and Behavior Analytics Solution

InsightIDR: Detection and Investigation Solution

Cut Through the Noise to Detect Attacks
  • Adapt to evolving threats
  • Expose attackers where they roam freely
  • Trip attackers with deception
  • Eliminate alert fatigue
Investigate Incidents Faster
  • Find missing puzzle pieces with notable behaviors
  • Pull endpoint data into context without user disruption
  • Determine the scope of an attack
End the Drudgery of Security Data Management
  • Get value in days, not weeks or months
  • Check the Compliance Box
  • Gain comprehensive visibility across the network
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User & Entity Behavior Analytics with Rapid7 InsightIDR


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