Vectra SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance Reinforces Commitment to Data Privacy and Protection

Vectra SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance Reinforces Commitment to Data Privacy and Protection

Vectra SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance Reinforces Commitment to Data Privacy and Protection

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Sam Martin
March 11, 2021

We’re excited to announce that we have successfully completed the Service Organization Control Type 2 (SOC 2) certification for Cognito Detect and Cognito Recall. This milestone builds on our commitment to secure data and ensure confidentiality to support our partners and customers with confidence.

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Serving as the industry standard for the evaluation and testing of an organization’s security controls, the SOC 2 is meant to assure customers that a company’s internal security policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines have been formally evaluated and tested by an independent auditing firm. Companies using cloud service providers turn to SOC 2 reports to assess and address the risks associated with third party technology services.

A Type 2 designation includes detailed testing of the design and operating effectiveness of a company’s controls over a period of time, which help instill trust and confidence that its systems and data in scope are secured appropriately.

Today, network detection and response (NDR) is a foundational element of securing critical data in networks and the cloud. Traditionally, organizations have relied on tightly controlled on-premises servers where network security solutions were largely able to protect data. With more new devices accessing enterprise and cloud networks, traditional solutions have become susceptible to greater risk activity and abuse of data in cloud applications. Making sure that the security systems protecting this data meets the highest standards has become paramount for organizations of all sizes.

Security and confidentiality guaranteed

Cognito Detect reveals attackers who have bypassed preventative security solutions in cloud and on-premises networks before they can access data and cause damage. For forensics, Cognito Recall allows organizations to have a 360-degree view of historical metadata to search for threats, investigate incidents, and determine common threads between compromised host devices, accounts, and assets.

Only the Cognito NDR platform can detect and stop threats across the entire network – whether it's cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, data centers, IoT devices, or hybrid and enterprise environments. Its detection capabilities, combined with native integrations to disable accounts and isolate endpoints and workloads, allow security teams to swiftly stop any attacks in the whole network before a data breach occurs.

Now, with SOC 2 Type 2 compliance, you can rest assured that Vectra can secure your information with confidence.

To learn more, visit our platform page or schedule a demo today.

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Sam Martin

Sam Martin is a product marketing specialist at Vectra. She's worked in high tech in a variety of areas, including sales enablement, analyst relations, and partner marketing. Her love of language and communication informs how she creates content for sales, marketing, and social media, allowing her to leverage both visual and written mediums to craft accessible messaging and compelling stories.

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