Vectra and Phantom partner to detect, prioritize and stop hidden cyber-attacks faster
Vectra®, the leader in automating the hunt for in-progress cyber-attacks, and Phantom, the leader in security automation and orchestration, today announced a partnership to automate threat detection and response, and the availability of the Vectra App for Phantom.
“Faster incident response is critical, but faced with a severe shortage of cybersecurity skills, enterprises are turning to security operations and analytics platform architecture, or SOAPA,” said Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group. “This architecture enables cooperation amongst security tools while helping security analysts pivot across tools to find data and take action as they need in real time.”
“Vectra and Phantom share a mission to automate threat detection and response,” said Mike Banic, vice president of marketing at Vectra. “The Cognito ™ platform from Vectra uses AI to automate the detection, triage, correlation and prioritization of threats, and our partnership with Phantom enables automated security orchestration with a broad ecosystem of partners.”
The Vectra App for Phantom enables the prioritized threats detected by Cognito, as well as the host and detection context about these threats, to flow into the Phantom Security Automation and Orchestration platform.
Phantom playbooks then drive automated contextual correlation with indicators from other security tools and active enforcement based on prescriptive actions that enable security teams to stop threats faster – from data center and cloud workloads to user and internet-of-things (IoT) devices.
With the Vectra App for Phantom, security teams can:
“The key to successful automation is having good threat data to act on,” said Rich Hlavka, vice president of business development at Phantom. “Cognito from Vectra prioritizes and drives Phantom automation based on the threat level and certainty of an attack, ensuring better accuracy. Our automation playbooks help to reduce the analyst workload and increase consistency in the SOC.”
To find out more about how Vectra and Phantom work together to speed-up the time to detect, prioritize and stop hidden cyber attacks, join us for the tech session on Dec. 1, 2017 at 9 a.m. PT. Register now at http://go.phantom.us/17-12-01-tech-session-vectra-networks.
Phantom is the leader in security automation and orchestration. It integrates your existing security technologies, providing a layer of connective tissue between them. The Phantom platform helps you work smarter by automating repetitive tasks, effectively force multiplying your team’s efforts and allowing them to focus their attention on mission-critical decisions. It also helps you respond faster and reduce dwell times with automated detection, investigation, and response. Using Phantom helps you strengthen your defenses by integrating your entire security infrastructure together so that each part is actively participating in your defense strategy. For more information visit: https://phantom.us/.
About Vectra Vectra® is transforming cybersecurity with AI. Its Cognito platform automates cyberattack detection and response from data center and cloud workloads to user and IoT devices. Cognito correlates threats, prioritizes hosts based on risk and provides rich context to empower response with existing security systems, reducing security operations workload by 168x. Vectra was named “Most Innovative Emerging Company” in the Dark Reading Best of Black Hat Awards. InformationWeek also named Vectra one of the Top 125 companies to watch in 2016. Vectra has been issued 5 U.S. patents with 14 additional patents pending for cybersecurity applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Vectra investors include Khosla Ventures, Accel Partners, IA Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures and DAG Ventures. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. and has European regional headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. For more information, visit https://vectra.ai
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