Media coverage

  • Data science and machine learning will fight cyber-attacks, says Vectra Networks: 2015 Tech Predictions

    SiliconANGLE, 31 December 2014

    Vectra VP of Marketing Mike Banic predicts data science and machine learning will become the focus of the fight on cyber-attacks, cyber security will get social, and new entrants will continue to disrupt the cyber security market.

  • Vectra X-series platform identifies threats in real-time

    eWeek, 22 December 2014

    Real-time cyber-attack detector Vectra Networks has introduced a real-time detection platform for insider and targeted threats.

  • New products of the week 12.22.2014

    Network World, 22 December 2014

    Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Dell, CloudBerry and Vectra (See Slide 16).

  • Breach detection, Sony Entertainment and Vectra Networks

    EMA Blogs, 19 December 2014

    Working in information security for the past 20 years, I have seen a lot. Though there have been many multi-million dollar impact breaches, the recent Sony Pictures hack and subsequent data exposure and extortion is probably the most impactful to a company out of the previous breaches this year.

  • Vectra releases real-time threat detection platform to protect against targeted attacks

    PCC Mobile Broadband, 15 December 2014

    Vectra Networks has released an updated real-time detection platform – X-series platform – aimed for insider and targeted threats detection.

  • Put the insider threat in your sights

    InfoTech, 15 December 2014

    Regardless of how well we secure our assets from outside parties, we ultimately need to give access to our employees, contractors and partners in order for them to do their jobs. Misuse of this privileged access, whether through data theft or damage, is an unfortunate, yet inherent risk of doing business for most organizations.

  • Vectra launches real-time detection platform to curb insider threats

    Homeland Security Today, 11 December 2014

    Vectra Networks announced release of a real-time detection platform to protect organizations and government agencies from insider and target threats.

  • Vectra updates threat detection platform

    SecurityWeek, 10 December 2014

    The Vectra X-series platform is designed to detect sophisticated threats by using a combination of security research, data science and machine learning. According to the company, the product is capable of detecting attacks on all operating systems, applications and devices regardless of the method and location of the initial delivery.

  • Vectra launches real-time threat detection

    The VAR Guy, 10 December 2014

    Vectra Networks has released its updated X-series platform, the first real-time detection solution designed to discover insider and targeted threats. The new platform promises to help organizations gain instant visibility into potential threats by leveraging a combination of dynamic community threat analysis and real-time detection of cyberattacks.

  • Video: Tracking cyber threats from inside a company

    Bloomberg TV's Taking Stock, 10 December 2014

    CEO Hitesh Sheth tells Bloomberg TV's Pimm Fox how Community Threat Analysis dynamically creates a clear picture of typical network access through the entire corporate network, identifying anomalies and flagging unauthorized access to documents, data and intellectual property, making it an effective way of recognizing insider attacks.

  • Review: Vectra X-series prevents data breaches with AI

    Enterprise Networking Planet, 9 December 2014

    Frank Ohlhorst details how data breaches happen and what Vectra’s X-series security appliances can do to detect and prevent them.

  • An epic ride: A look back at the ever-changing information security industry

    SC Magazine, 8 December 2014

    “We've gone from an environment where people were essentially stationary with fixed computing assets to one where everything is porous and people are mobile and applications and data and information are all in the cloud,” says Hitesh Sheth, president and CEO for Vectra Networks.

  • Industry reactions to devastating Sony hack

    SecurityWeek, 5 December 2014

    The systems of entertainment giant Sony have been hacked once again, and although the full extent of the breach is not yet known, the incident will likely be added to the list of most damaging cyberattacks.

  • The inner workings of a targeted attack

    TechRepublic, 1 December 2014

    Vectra Networks' X-series of appliances combine advanced analytics with AI to identify threats in real time.

  • Vectra post-breach report reveals attacker habits

    The VAR Guy, 25 November 2014

    Ten percent of hosts experience at least one or more cyberattacks that bypass enterprise security perimeter defenses, according to a new study by security solution provider Vectra Networks.

  • NotCompatible mobile malware gets badder

    LinuxInsider, 21 November 2014

    The new "C" version of the NotCompatible malware that targets Android devices is very difficult to stop – but it's not that hard to avoid.

  • Targeted attacks cause damage in multiple ways

    eWeek, 14 November 2014

    Overall, 15 percent of hosts in the participating organizations experienced a targeted attack, according to a Vectra Networks report.

  • Survey roundup: False sense of security?

    Wall Street Journal, 14 November 2014

    A report by data security company Vectra Networks looks at how cybercriminals bypass perimeter defenses, andwhat they do inside a network once they have gained access.

  • Feedback Friday: Executives targeted in 'darkhotel' attacks

    SecurityWeek, 14 November 2014

    When it comes to the darkhotel issue and the fast-evolving threat landscape, "what the malware is doing" is more important than "what the malware is."

  • U.S. Postal Service employees, retirees, customers exposed in hack attack

    Tech News World, 11 November 2014

    There's speculation that China might be behind a months-long hack attack that breached USPS servers, compromising personal data of workers and customers.