How Exabeam Solves 7 Use Cases for Compromised Insiders

How Exabeam Solves 7 Use Cases for Compromised Insiders

Compromised insiders are one of the most difficult security risks for an enterprise to manage. A compromised insider is a legitimate user on the network whose account or asset has been commandeered by an attacker without their knowledge.

The attacker then moves around the network as the trusted insider and executes attacks undetected. The impact of these attacks can be enormous if the compromised insider is an executive or employee with access to sensitive information or assets.

This white paper is for anyone responsible for security in their organization. Find out how Exabeam can detect and help mitigate the potential risk of seven common compromised insider use cases:

  • Compromised Credentials
  • Lateral Movement
  • Privilege Escalation
  • Privileged Activity
  • Evasion
  • Account Manipulation
  • Data Exfiltration

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