Intelligent, AI-driven threat detection and response for native and hybrid clouds
Cognito captures network metadata and enriches it with machine learning-derived security intelligence
The Cognito platform integrates with EDR, SIEM, firewalls, and native/hybrid cloud solutions
Deliver scalable, security-enriched network metadata to feed custom detection & response tools
Workbench for AI-assisted threat hunting – from cloud and data center workloads to the enterprise
Automatically detect attacker behaviors and prioritize compromised devices that pose the biggest risk
Network detection and response delivers the most comprehensive insight into hidden threats and empowers incident responders to act with confidence. Network traffic analysis is a core technology for detecting hidden threats, but there are several decision criteria that you should consider. Read our detailed comparisons to learn more.
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We created in-depth analyses of the latest cybersecurity tactics and strategies to bring clarity to a wide range of technical challenges.
We regularly publish new blogs about a variety of critical issues, including attacker detections, cloud security, machine learning, data science and security operations, machine learning, and threat hunting techniques.
Vectra is the world leader in applying artificial intelligence to detect and respond to cyberattacks in cloud, data center and enterprise infrastructures in real time, while empowering security analysts to perform conclusive incident investigations and AI-assisted threat hunting.
Comprehensive cyberattack detection and response is mandatory in today’s hostile data environments, and the stakes have never been higher. No other company comes close to Vectra in proactively hunting down cyberattackers and reducing business risk.
Our core team consists of threat researchers, white hats, data scientists, network security engineers, and UI designers. We constantly push the boundaries of what's possible to drive the next generation of security.
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