Vectra raises $25 million to stop cyberattacks in progress

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August 5, 2014
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Wall Street Journal

Cybersecurity firms now recognize that cybercriminals are so good at penetrating corporate and government IT systems that they can no longer be entirely blocked. One of these firms, Vectra Networks, has raised another $25 million in funding to detect and prioritize attacks in real time so customers can decide which ones to fight first.

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