Identify potential sources of data exfiltration and critical IP loss
Determine users exhibiting risky behavior such as stockpiling and atypical data movement before critical IP leaves your organization.
Advanced compromised account detection
By understanding attributes like typical access patterns, prevent bad actors from accessing your critical assets and systems with User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA).
Be a partner to human resources
Analyze communications-based data sources to identify potential code-of-conduct infractions.
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Get more out of your SIEM investment
UEBA adds context and analytics to SIEM data and provides risk scoring to incidents organized by entity, allowing analysts to prioritize the highest risks.
Perform context & content-rich incident response
Enable transparent comprehensive investigation with advanced analytics like machine learning and artificial intelligence that are tuned toward specific behavior risk.
Solve challenges in data security and regulatory compliance
Analyze and detect patterns of human behavior in big data, delivering insights into enterprise risk where threats have surpassed the perimeter.
Understandable analytics with simple explanation and context to make informed decisions about possible insider threats.
There is no one-size-fits-all UEBA solution. Forcepoint allows customers to build their own use cases and develop their own analytics without the need of a data scientist.
View all historical activity during forensics stage with dynamic visualization.
Single alerts lack context to data. UEBA uses natural language processing and sentiment analysis for a holistic view of the user.
Data models informed by both structured data, such as SIEM logs, and unstructured data, such as email and chat, from your disparate security tools and third-party applications.
The broadest set of data ingest sources in the UEBA security market—including structured and unstructured data sources
Data may be sourced from anywhere within the organization. Below are just a few examples of those systems: