Vectra automates attacker detections and allows us to respond faster to the most serious threats.

— Markus Müller-Fehrenbach, Head of IT Infrastructure and Operations

Vectra AI automates the hunt for cyberattackers and speeds-up incident response

Texas A&M cuts threat investigation time from days to minutes

Texas AandM cuts threat investigation time from days to minutes

The fastest, most efficient way to detect and respond to cyberattackers

Detect threats faster

Vectra is Security that Thinks®

SOC workload reduction of 168X

Workloads or devices
Security events
Hosts with detections
Critical or high risks

In a 90-day period


This overview explains everything you need to know about the Cognito automated threat detection and response platform.


"Vectra is threat detection on steroids," says Duane Smith, chief information security officer at Tribune Media. "I saw immediate value in Vectra."


BGP hijackers: “This traffic is going to Russia!”

by Chris Morales

Traffic sent to and from major internet sites was briefly rerouted to an ISP in Russia by an unknown party. The likely precursor of an attack, researchers describe the Dec. 13 event as suspicious and intentional.

According to BGPMON, which detected the event, starting at 04:43 (UTC) 80 prefixes normally announced by several organizations were detected in the global BGP routing tables with an Origin AS of 39523 (DV-LINK-AS), out of Russia.


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