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This video demonstrates how to schedule and generate on-demand reports of the most critical cyber attack detections in your network.
This video shows how to use the Vectra dashboard to quickly find the highest-risk attack detections in your network.
This video shows how to use the Vectra user interface to find the hosts at the center of an attack, and quickly investigate to any level of detail.
This video shows how to use the Vectra user interface to quickly investigate threats across all phases of the cyber attack kill-chain
This short video provides an overview of the intuitive cyber attack detection capabilities of the Vectra X-series platform.
Vectra delivers real-time attack visibility and puts attack details at your fingertips to empower immediate action. Machine learning software from Vectra performs non-stop, automated threat hunting with always-learning behavioral models to quickly and efficiently find hidden and unknown attackers before they do damage.
The scalable, distributed Vectra architecture enables customers to deploy a combination of physical S-series sensors, virtual sensors (vSensors) and X-series appliances across multiple locations for centralized analysis, detection and correlation of threats. This spec sheet includes technical specifications about S-series sensors, vSensors and the X-series appliance.
IT security is an ongoing exercise in ROI and operational efficiency. Organizations have a limited set of resources to address an unlimited set of risks, threats and attackers. This asymmetry means that security products must always be evaluated in terms of efficacy as well as their impact on the operational fitness of the organization. Is a solution a drain on manpower and resources or does it make staff more productive and nimble?
Vectra helps pharmaceutical companies protect their IP by providing continuous, automated threat surveillance and detection inside the network. By automating threat detection and speeding up incident response, Vectra reduces threat investigations from days to minutes so security teams can prevent the damage and theft of IP.
Cyber attacks are a key and growing vector for intellectual property theft. Understanding the nature and scope of these cyber threats – and how to combat them – is critical to protecting IP. With Vectra, medical device manufacturers get the advanced, real-time network analysis and detection they need to protect valuable IP assets.
Universities and colleges will continue to be a juicy target for cyber attackers. Vectra arms IT security teams at higher education institutions with real-time automated threat hunting and incident response to rapidly detect known and unknown cyber attacks inside any network across the constantly evolving threat landscape.
With the unique ability to automatically hunt down cyber attackers inside your network, Vectra enables IT security teams in the financial services industry to respond to threat incidents with unprecedented speed, accuracy and efficiency – well before cybercriminals can steal key assets and cause public embarrassment.
By combining data science, modern machine learning and behavioral analysis, Vectra gives healthcare organizations a powerful new class of real-time threat detection that automates the hunt for cyber attackers inside your network and accelerates incident response to safeguard patient information and other critical assets.
The GDPR protects personal information and enables the free flow of data between European Union member states and foreign entities. This compliance brief details how Vectra contributes to GDPR compliance and protects personal data by providing continuous, automated threat surveillance and detection across an organization’s network.
This compliance brief highlights key components of the NIST cybersecurity framework and explains in detail how the Vectra cybersecurity platform addresses these key components. Vectra provides operators of critical infrastructure with real-time automated threat hunting and incident response across the entire enterprise.
An adaptive security architecture, as described by Gartner, encompasses four vitally important capabilities – prevention, detection, response and prediction – all of which must work in concert. Vectra addresses the need for an adaptive security architecture by providing continuous, automated threat hunting across the entire enterprise network.
Read the Gartner report, Designing an Adaptive Security Architecture for Protection From Advanced Attacks
Critical Security Controls developed through federal and community efforts, coordinated by the SANS Institute, and maintained by the Center for Internet Security can mitigate modern attack profiles. “Realistically, only by adopting basic cyber hygiene will enterprises meaningfully reduce their cyber-risk profile,” said Jane Holl Lute, board member and former CEO at CIS.
This compliance solution brief explains how Vectra addresses specific PCI DSS 3.2 compliance requirements while providing real-time insight into active cyber threats. Automated reporting capabilities enable organizations to create a PCI DSS compliance audit trail and take decisive action to stop attacks and mitigate their impact.
Technology Partner Solutions
By integrating with the VMware vSphere hypervisor, vCenter management console and NSX Network Virtualization and Security Platform, Vectra addresses critical vulnerabilities at every layer of the virtualized data center and exposes cyber attacks against applications, data, virtualization layers and the underlying physical infrastructure.
The integration of automated threat hunting from Vectra with Cb Response from Carbon Black lets security teams unify network and endpoint context to rapidly detect, verify, and isolate cyber attacks in the enterprise. Together, we make it easier to stop active cyber attacks while getting more out of limited time and manpower of IT security teams.
The Palo Alto Networks and Vectra partnership aligns behavioral threat detection and real-time enforcement, which provides customers with increased visibility and synchronized protection to combat today's advanced threats. Customers can rapidly integrate Palo Alto Networks with Vectra in a matter of minutes with Vectra Active Enforcement (VAE).
Using the Spotlight Secure Connector API, Vectra’s automated threat management solution analyzes internal network traffic to reveal all phases of an active cyber attack, including hidden command-and-control communications, internal reconnaissance behaviors, lateral movement, botnet monetization fraud, and data exfiltration.
Vectra integrates AI-based automated threat hunting and incident response with the operational intelligence of the Splunk platform. Together, Vectra and Splunk solve one of the most persistent problems facing enterprise cybersecurity teams – finding and stopping active cyber attacks while getting more out of limited time and resources.
The Vectra and HPE ArcSight SIEM integration brings all Vectra detections and host scores directly into the ArcSight dashboard, enabling them to be easily integrated into existing security operational center workflows. Together, we provide complete visibility into cybersecurity events and can pivot to any level of detail needed by security analysts.
The Vectra and IBM QRadar integration empowers fast, context-driven investigations into active cyber attacks. Together, we deliver practical solutions to persistent problems that often plague IT security organizations – finding and stopping active cyber attacks inside networks, while getting more out of your IT security team’s limited time and manpower.
Vectra Active Enforcement for Demisto turns Vectra threat detections into action by integrating with other security solutions to stop attacker traffic or quarantine infected hosts. Collaboration and forensics capabilities provide efficiency and include advanced investigation features that automate data enrichment and analysis.
The Vectra Active Enforcement application for Phantom automatically detects hidden cyber attack behaviors, pinpoints host devices at the center of an attack, and blocks threats before key assets are damaged or stolen. Together, they prompt rapid enforcement actions by next-generation firewalls, endpoint security and NAC solutions.
The GigaSECURE® Security Delivery Platform from Gigamon provides intelligent filtering on physical and virtual networks and passes that traffic to the Vectra automated threat management solution for real-time threat analysis. Multiple Gigamon tap points deployed at the edge and core provide Vectra with intelligent traffic filtering at all key points in network.
Ixia Network Packet Brokers passively direct out-of-band network traffic from multiple network access points – such as SPANs, taps and virtual taps (vTaps) – to the Vectra X-series platform for inspection and analysis. Traffic is aggregated from these access points, which results in vastly improved network visibility and greater operational efficiency.
Incorporated in 2011, Vectra Networks is the leader in real-time detection of in-progress cyber attacks. The company’s Automated Threat Management solution continuously monitors internal network traffic to immediately detect cyber attacks while they are happening.