worry they’ll miss a relevant security event because it was buried in a flood of security alerts.
“Vectra has given us just the right tools with minimal effort to battle against ransomware and other cyberthreats so now we're well prepared.”
“With the Vectra AI Patform, we have gained an anchor of trust in our IT network and have increased visibility considerably.”
“The integration between Vectra and Splunk was so simple and easy that we were able to get up and running in the SOC very quickly. Now we look at Vectra for the most critical alerts and we send syslogs and metadata to Splunk for investigations.”
More than any other cybersecurity company
Recognizing the most promising privately-held companies building businesses out of artificial intelligence
MITRE D3FEND references Vectra AI in 11 places — more than any other vendor
90% fewer blind spots means threats never become headlines
80% less alert noise means your analysts can focus on real incidents in real time
Over 90% coverage of hybrid cloud MITRE ATT&CK techniques means drastically improved response time
Seamless adaptation to changes in security and regulatory mandates has saved organizations as much as $7M
71% of analysts admit the organization they work in may have been compromised and they don't know it yet. Threat detection is fundamentally broken.
Why do SOC analysts believe the tools they use are effective, when those same tools leave them unable to effectively stop cyberattacks? Discover the disconnect, and how to fix it in the State of Threat Detection Report.
The struggle is real. The global cybersecurity skills shortfall now stands at 2.7 million workers globally, including nearly 200,000 in Europe and 33,000 in the UK alone. Exacerbating the issue, the global pandemic is rolling into its third year with no clear signs of ending. This is creating even more staffing demands – individuals are being signed off sick, while work from home mandates are disrupting traditional patterns, making many everyday tasks more difficult and time-consuming.
From the rapid proliferation of cloud to the growing adoption of micro-services, DevOps, and APIs, new pockets of opportunity are opening up for threat actors to take advantage of. This e-Book contains analysis and findings from a global survey of IT security decision makers on how they are tackling these dynamic threats.