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Vectra integrates AI-driven network threat detection and response with AWS VPC Ingress Routing

By:
Ethan Durand
December 3, 2019

As enterprises continue to move their high-value data and services to the cloud, it is essential for them to reduce cyber-risks and maintain visibility into their deployments.

Earlier this year we announced that the Vectra network detection and response platform features Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring to monitor connections in AWS deployments to detect hidden threats without using agents. This empowers enterprises to natively run the Vectra platform in AWS environments to rapidly detect and respond to cyberthreats in the cloud.

Security operations teams across the globe use Vectra to detect and respond to hidden cyberattacks in their multicloud and hybrid environments. With integrations through AWS CloudFormation, Vectra insights are published as findings in AWS Security Hub and the performance and health of the deployment are fully monitored through Amazon CloudWatch.

Vectra continues to raise the bar in innovation and maintain close customer relationships in order to add to the strength of its cutting-edge AI platform in cloud deployments.

Building on this, we are today excited to announce that Vectra now integrates with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Ingress Routing and that our AI platform is currently available in the AWS Marketplace.

With VPC Ingress Routing, customers can redirect traffic flowing in and out of a VPC to third-party appliances. The Vectra platform works natively in this environment to give customers 360-degree visibility into their cloud deployments while accelerating AI-assisted threat hunting and incident investigations.

This essential new security capability gives enterprises unobstructed visibility into their VPC instances while lowering costs and simplifying deployments. This also makes it faster and easier to deploy the Vectra network detection and response platform at massive scale in your cloud.

The Vectra Stream Connector, which delivers security-enriched network metadata to SIEMs and data lakes for threat hunting and attack investigations, is available via login to the AWS Marketplace at http://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B0821V1PS6.

Vectra sensors, which passively monitor network traffic and extract critical metadata for analysis and threat detection, are also available via login to the AWS Marketplace at http://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B0821VG5RG.

We are continually working on more ways to simplify and secure your cloud deployments, and we believe that these new announcements will empower your security operations team to maintain visibility into hidden cyberattacks in the cloud.

Learn more by visiting the AWS partner page on the Vectra website.

To learn more about Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Ingress Routing at https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-vpc-ingress-routing-simplifying-integration-of-third-party-appliances/.

About the author

Ethan Durand

Ethan Durand is a content marketing intern at Vectra. He is currently pursuing a Business Marketing degree from San Jose State University and has been with Vectra since 2018.

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