Recent findings by SANS reveal that automated network threat detection using data science, machine learning and behavioral analysis can complement or improve traditional security methods to fulfill goals defined within the Critical Security Controls (CSCs).
Vectra announces the unprecedented ability to detect malicious attack communications in encrypted tunnels – without decrypting traffic – as well as identify attack communications that hide in web and other common applications inside today’s networks.
Vectra has been awarded Certificate #2448 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This is the result of successfully testing the Vectra Cryptographic Module against the federally-mandated encryption standards on three Linux platforms: SUSE Linux Enterprise, CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Jackson Health System CISO Connie Barrera will present “Protecting Health Organizations from Cyber Attacks” on Oct. 6 at 3:50 p.m. EDT in the Europe 8 Conference Room of the Walt Disney World Dolphin hotel in Orlando, Fla.
Barry University has selected Vectra to protect its high-value data as advanced persistent attacks (APTs) surge. Vectra’s automated threat management solution enables the university to detect cyber attacks as they are happening – automatically and in real time.
Vectra Networks won multiple Stevie® Awards in The 13th Annual American Business Awards (ABA) program last week, including earning the highest honor, the Gold Stevie Award, in the Tech Startup of the Year awards category.
Vectra Threat Labs discovered a high severity vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) 11 last week following the cyber attack on the Italian company known as Hacking Team. Remediation is being announced today in Microsoft’s Security Bulletin.
Vectra Networks announces the results of the Insider Threat Spotlight Report, a survey of more than 500 cybersecurity professionals in the Information Security Community on LinkedIn, conducted to shed light on the challenges of combatting insider threats.
Santa Clara University has deployed Vectra's X-series platform, enabling them to protect private university and student information on its campus network from malware and today’s advanced persistent threats.
Vectra has been has been included in the list of “Cool Vendors” in the Cool Vendors in Security Intelligence, 2015 report by Gartner, Inc. Vendors selected for “Cool Vendor” report are innovative and industry-impacting.