Detect and respond to cyberattacks on your Data Centers
Cybercriminals exploit zero-day vulnerabilities and weak authentication controls to bypass perimeter data center firewalls and VPNs—ultimately infiltrating your data centers.
EDR provides coverage for the specific hosts that it is deployed to protect, but creates blind spots and scalability issues that can cause breaches elsewhere to go undetected.
Today’s attacks use your infrastructure to their advantage, while legacy security doesn’t have the necessary visibility or context to reliably detect these threats.
Vectra’s AWS Security Competency designation means organizations have a solution that has been thoroughly vetted by AWS, is deployed by large global organizations globally, and is available through the AWS Marketplace.
Find sophisticated threat faster to prevent attack escalation of your most critical data center assets.
It starts with complete visibility across all data center network segments, user and system account activities and virtualized workloads.
Next, industry-leading security researchers and ML/AI data science experts collaborate to unleash the promise of ML/AI to detect high-certainty attacker methods, including east-west lateral movement, encrypted command and control channels, and privileged credentials abuse.
“It is one of those rare products that works the way it’s supposed to. The technology and science behind Vectra complement each other in one incredible solution that ensures your investment is well spent.”
Senior Security Engineer Major University Healthcare System
Sensors provide coverage across your data center, providing deep coverage for attacker methods across MITRE ATT&CK framework.
Whether on VMware, KVM or Hyper V, we have you covered. Vectra provides coverage for lateral movement between two virtual machines or between physical and virtual workloads.
Vectra can cover workloads in all popular cloud providers like AWS, Azure and GCP providing coverage for lateral movement between cloud workloads or between data center and cloud.
Detect analyzes AWS logs to uncover attacker methods leveraging cloud identity to target compute, networking and storage services used by cloud-native apps.
Detect analyzes packets from AWS EC2 VMs to uncover attacker methods in AWS VPCs that are extensions of the corporate network, often seen in lift-n-shift deployments.
Compromised accounts will attack your federated applications and services, including M365. Vectra reveals this progression with coverage for M365 applications like OneDrive, Teams, Exchange, and more.