Advanced AnalyticsExabeam Advanced Analytics Release Notes

What's New

Use Advanced Analytics, Case Manager, and Incident Responder in Japanese

We're introducing localized versions of Exabeam products, starting with Japanese.

Advanced Analytics, Case Manager, and Incident Responder is available in Japanese! To switch your product language, head to the Menu The menu icon in the navigation bar; three white lines on a green background. > Select Language.

The Advanced Analytics Home page in Japanese.

We also introduced a new date format, ISO-slash (YYYY/MM/DD), slightly modified from the existing ISO format (YYYY-MM-DD), so you can display dates exactly how you like. Configure your system to change your dates to any of these formats.Change Date and Time Formats

Exabeam Documentation: Change Language in Advanced Analytics, Case Manager, and Incident ResponderChange Language in Advanced Analytics, Case Manager, and Incident Responder

Exabeam Documentation: Supported Date and Time FormatsSupported Date and Time Formats

Detect Company Email Sent to Personal Accounts

Stop data exfiltrators in their tracks: You can now monitor when someone sends an email from their company email account to a personal email account.

A new machine learning algorithm makes this possible. To identify a personal email account, the algorithm intelligently matches similar strings between the email addresses the user is sending from and to, and also analyzes the user's email-sending behavior.

If the algorithm determines that an email was sent to a personal account, it triggers the appropriate rule. You also see that an event has been created in the Risk Reasons section of a user's profile and in the Smart Timeline:

An event in the Smart Timeline noting that an email was sent to a personal email account.

Exabeam Documentation: Enable Settings to Detect Email Sent to Personal AccountsEnable Settings to Detect Email Sent to Personal Accounts

Support for Python 3

On January 1st, 2020, the Python Software Foundation announced that they are discontinuing Python 2. Following this announcement, we no longer support any scripts and Incident Responder services and actions written in Python 2 after July 31, 2020. We only support scripts, services, and actions written in Python 3.

When you use Python 3, you help enforce better security and compliance, and continue accessing new features and libraries from the wider Python community.

For Advanced Analytics and Case Manager, please audit your instance and identify any custom scripts written in Python 2. To use a custom script after July 31, 2020, it must be written in Python 3.