Armis Extends Exabeam SIEM Visibility to Unmanaged & IoT Devices

Enable Security Teams to Detect, Prioritize, and Investigate Threats to Any Endpoint in Any Environment

Today’s business networks include all kinds of unmanaged and IoT devices that traditional security products just can't identify accurately or secure effectively. That’s because these devices—which lack inherent security protections, are frequently misconfigured, and often use unpatched software and operating systems—can’t host security agents. By 2021, reports show that 90% of devices will be unmanaged devices. So it is critical that organizations have a path to securing these devices, and managing the risk in their daily operations.

Armis and Exabeam today announced an integration that provides joint customers with superior visibility and security for every device in any environment—enterprise, medical, industrial, and more. Together, the Armis Agentless Device Security Platform’s asset inventory and device monitoring for unmanaged and IoT devices, and the Exabeam Security Management Platform’s (SMP) user and entity analytics for traditional IT environments, reduce your exposure to risk and help security teams respond quickly to threats—all without disrupting business operations.

Key integration benefits:

  • See and secure managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices.
  • Monitor all devices and identify malicious activity. 
  • Prioritize alerts associated with users and devices.
  • Automate and expedite threat detection and response.

Integration with the Armis platform provides the Exabeam SMP with visibility beyond managed IT assets to previously unseen unmanaged and IoT devices, including those found in manufacturing, medical, enterprise environments, and more.  

Armis uses your existing infrastructure to discover and identify devices without having to deploy any agents. Armis can also integrate with your existing IT & security management tools to identify and classify each and every device, managed or unmanaged in your environment. Exabeam SMP can then correlate the asset inventory, risk assessment, and device behavior information from Armis with security information events and logs from all security, identity, and contextual data sources in an environment. 

Using the comprehensive asset inventory Armis provides, Exabeam SMP can identify additional anomalies and enable security teams to efficiently detect, prioritize, and investigate threats to virtually any endpoint in any environment. 

Learn more about our technology integrations, visit armis.com/integrations.

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