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  • Predictive analytics: Fad or the future of cybersecurity?

    IT Security Guru, 19 October 2017

    Vectra CTO Olivier Tavakoli explains that nation-states, hackers and organized cybercrime groups will develop new vectors to defeat predictive capabilities. “After years spent trying to perfect predictive analytics, attackers will counter with feints and pattern randomization,” he says.

  • How AI can help you stay ahead of cybersecurity threats

    CSO, 19 October 2017

    DAQRI uses Vectra to monitor network traffic from 1,200 devices. "When you look at network traffic, you can see if someone is doing port scans, jumping from host to host or transferring large sections of data in an unconventional way," says Minuk Kim, DAQRI senior director of IT and security.

  • How to protect your Wi-Fi network from a Krack attack

    Computer Weekly, 18 October 2017

    "Enterprises need to increase their visibility inside the network to automatically detect, analyze and respond to nefarious behaviors before they have time to escalate into critical security incidents," says Matt Walmsley, EMEA director at Vectra.

  • Was Sie zu Machine Learning und KI wissen sollten

    Security Insider, 13 October 2017

    Mehr Sicherheitsprodukte verwenden künstliche Intelligenz und maschinelles Lernen, um Bedrohungen zu erkennen. Das AI-basierte Cybersecurity-Unternehmen Vectra gibt neun Tipps, wie Lösungen bewertet werden können.

  • Russian government hackers reportedly used Kaspersky software to steal NSA secrets

    Fox Business News, 6 October 2017

    Vectra CEO Hitesh Sheth talks with Fox Business News about the recent theft of U.S. classified information from an NSA contractor’s computer by hackers who were reportedly working for the Russian government.

  • AI security startups target talent crunch

    Futuriom, 5 October 2017

    Last week, Vectra announced that European glass manufacturer Vetropack Group would use Vectra's AI cybersecurity software. Vetropack officials say that offloading its security team was one of the goals in implementing Vectra's platform, which can be used to analyze data from many sources.

  • Deep learning: Cybersicherheit, die denkt, denkt tiefer

    Silicon, 2 October 2017

    Auch im Falle des maschinellen Lernens im Kampf gegen Cyber-Bedrohungen braucht man die richtigen Werkzeuge. Die Implementierung des optimalen ML-Tools für jeden Angriffsdetektionsalgorithmus ist eine effektive Strategie, da jede Methode ihre eigenen Stärken hat.

  • l’intelligence artificielle est la réponse pour parer les malwares

    Global Security Mag, 2 October 2017

    Pour sa première participation aux Assises de la Sécurité, Vectra présentera ses solutions qui utilisent l’intelligence artificielle pour transformer la cybersécurité. Pour Christophe Jolly, Directeur France de Vectra, l’intelligence artificielle est la réponse pour parer les malwares de toutes sortes.

  • Sicher in der Public Cloud und Schutz im Rechenzentrum

    IT Daily Net, 29 September 2017

    Vectra, führend in der Automatisierung der Erkennung laufender Cyberangriffe mittels künstlicher Intelligenz (KI) und maschinellem Lernen (ML), stellt auf der diesjährigen it-sa 2017 zahlreiche Neuerungen vor.

  • Mit Künstlicher Intelligenz gegen die reale Bedrohung

    BigData Insider, 29 September 2017

    Angesichts neuer Bedrohungsszenarien und sich wandelnder Rahmenbedingungen in der Cybersicherheit bewähren sich zunehmend automatisierte Sicherheitslösungen auf Basis Künstlicher Intelligenz.

  • Künstliche Intelligenz hilft bei Hacker-Abwehr

    IT-Zoom, 28 September 2017

    „KI sollte dazu dienen, die Tätigkeit menschlicher Analysten zu unterstützen, damit diese ihren Job smarter und effizienter erledigen können," betont Gérard Bauer, vice-president EMEA bei Vectra. „In der Praxis bedeutet dies, die Arbeitslast zu reduzieren, damit sich die Security-Teams auf die wichtigsten Vorkommnisse konzentrieren können.“

  • Vetropack uses AI to reveal cyber threats and take action before damage is done

    Information Security Buzz, 28 September 2017

    Vectra CEO Hitesh Sheth says “Artificial intelligence allows enterprises to augment their security teams to automate detection and response to security incidents. That allows security analysts at companies like Vetropack to remain in control and stop attacks faster.”

  • New hack, BlueBorne, can access phones and computers via bluetooth

    NBC News Los Angeles, 16 September 2017

    Oliver Tavakoli, CTO of Vectra, said “Lock things down that you’re not using. Don’t expose yourself to more risk for the things you are using. Be diligent about updating.”

  • New hack, BlueBorne, can access phones and computers via bluetooth

    NBC Bay Area, 15 September 2017

    Oliver Tavakoli, CTO of Vectra, said “Lock things down that you’re not using. Don’t expose yourself to more risk for the things you are using. Be diligent about updating.”

  • Apache mounts strong defense, Equifax retreats

    Ecommerce Times, 14 September 2017

    Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra weighs in on the Equifax data breach.

  • Apache mounts strong defense, Equifax retreats

    TechNewsWorld, 14 September 2017

    Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra weighs in on the Equifax data breach.

  • Apache mounts strong defense, Equifax retreats

    LinuxInsider, 14 September 2017

    Chris Morales, head of security analytics at Vectra weighs in on the Equifax data breach.

  • The internet of things: Success or bust?

    information age, 13 September 2017

    Matt Walmsley, EMEA director of Vectra, warns "While the IoT may be bringing more devices onto the network than ever, these devices are rarely truly hardened, patched or updated. Their creators may have decades of electrical and mechanical engineering experience, but often lack experience of computer programming or internet security."

  • Data of 143 million consumers attacked

    Report, 8 September 2017

    Equifax, one of the three largest business agencies in the US, has been successful in hacking its IT systems. "Companies should focus their attention and investment on the detection of ongoing attacks. Hacker attacks need to be detected and addressed more quickly, "said Gérard Bauer, VP EMEA at Vectra, a provider of cyber-security solutions based on artificial intelligence.

  • New infosec products of the week: September 8, 2017

    Help Net Security, 8 September 2017

    “Vectra is advancing automated threat hunting with the introduction of Attack Campaigns. The Vectra Cognito platform now further automates threat hunting by exposing the relationships between threat detections on separate workloads and devices to understand the activity and scope of attack campaigns.”

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