San Jose, Calif. - October 3, 2023 We are happy to announce that the United States Navy has added Vectra AI to the Department of the Navy (DoN) Application and Database Management System (DADMS) list.
DADMS is the US Navy’s authoritative record of software applications approved for use in all Navy and Marine Corps software, equipment, and devices. Each application is examined to a set of strict criteria for compliance with Navy standards and approval must be received before authorizing the technology for use.
With Vectra AI, agencies can combine both cyber-resilience and compliance that is required for complete visibility and context for both known and unknown attacker methods.
Chris Howard, VP of Federal Sales at Vectra AI, commented: “Such recognition and achievement for Vectra AI further highlights the company’s long-standing commitment to the nation’s warfighters from the Enterprise to the tactical edge.”
Powered with Attack Signal Intelligence™, the Vectra AI Platform delivers the integrated signal enterprises need to make extended detection and response (XDR) a reality. With the Vectra AI Platform, agencies can integrate Vectra AI’s public cloud, identity, SaaS, and network signal with existing endpoint detection and response (EDR) signal to arm SOC teams to keep pace with the ever-growing sophistication, speed, and scale of hybrid attacks.
Vectra AI is the leader in AI-driven threat detection and response for hybrid and multi-cloud enterprises. The Vectra AI Platform delivers integrated signal across public cloud, SaaS, identity, and data center networks in a single platform. The Vectra AI Platform with patented Attack Signal Intelligence empowers security teams to rapidly prioritize, investigate and respond to the most advanced and urgent cyber-attacks in their hybrid environment. Vectra AI has 35 patents in AI-driven threat detection and is the most referenced vendor by MITRE D3FEND. Organizations worldwide rely on the Vectra AI Platform and MDR services to move at the speed and scale of hybrid attackers. For more information, visit www.vectra.ai.