Security and risk management leaders considering UEBA will find that the market has fragmented, with a few pure-play vendors and a wide set of traditional security products that embed core UEBA technologies and features to benefit from advanced analytics capabilities.
- Changes Since the Last Market Guide for UEBA Update
- SIEM and UEBA Are Converging
- Main Use Cases Are Solidifying
- Analytics Methods Keep Getting More Sophisticated
- Evolution From Rules and Notable Events to Advanced Analytics and Risk Scores
- Defense in Depth for Analytics
- User Access to the Analytics
- Cautions About Profiling and Anomaly Detection
- Supported Data Sources Are Expanding to Provide Better Visibility
- Who Buys UEBA?
- How Is UEBA Implemented and Delivered?
- Time to Value Is Often Underestimated
- UEBA as a Feature Is Becoming More Widespread
- Agent-Based Endpoint Security
- Employee Monitoring
- Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)
- Privileged Access Management (PAM)
- Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPSs), and Network Traffic Analysis (NTA)
- Stand-Alone UEBA Solutions
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