Jesse Kimbrel

Content Writer

Jesse Kimbrel covers cyber trends, industry news and current events for Vectra. With a background in journalism, he’s been telling stories in cybersecurity for over a decade while operating in various communications and content roles. His work can be seen across the company in blogs, reports, customer stories and other activities.

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Jesse Kimbrel

Who Holds Accountability for Cyberattacks on Retail
November 22, 2022
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Jesse Kimbrel
Who Holds Accountability for Cyberattacks on Retail

When we enter our names, addresses, phone numbers, emails and credit card info — personally identifiable information (PII) — whose job is it to make sure that the information remains safe and not in the wrong hands? The retailer? The consumer?

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Fast Growth Requires Even Faster Security
November 17, 2021
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Jesse Kimbrel
Fast Growth Requires Even Faster Security

Vectra has been recognized as a DeloitteTechnology Fast 500™ award winner — a ranking of the fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech, and energy tech companies in North America.

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Doing Your Part to Secure Your Microsoft Cloud
October 18, 2021
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Jesse Kimbrel
Doing Your Part to Secure Your Microsoft Cloud

“Do your part” is the theme of this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month. See what you can do right now so cyberattacks don’t become a problem in your Microsoft cloud environment.

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4 Ways to Give Your SOC Valuable Time Back with AI
September 29, 2021
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Jesse Kimbrel
4 Ways to Give Your SOC Valuable Time Back with AI

AI can save your SOC valuable time by automating workloads, while accurately tracking down cyberattacker activities found in ransomware and supply chain attacks.

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Detecting When Ransomware Moves into Your Cloud
August 25, 2021
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Jesse Kimbrel
Detecting When Ransomware Moves into Your Cloud

Stopping ransomware requires a new way of thinking. See why you can’t only rely on legacy tools to keep your organization safe, but rather how you can leverage AI to detect when this invasive threat enters your cloud.

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