Vectra introduces the industry’s first network threat detection and response solution in Amazon Web Services

Delivering intelligent threat detection and response in Amazon Web Services

  • Extends AI-driven cyberattacker detection and threat hunting to Amazon Web Services (AWS) workloads.
  • Integration with AWS virtual private cloud (VPC) traffic mirroring to monitor all infrastructure-as-a-service traffic
  • Feed AWS activity into your data lake or SIEM as Zeek-formatted security-enriched network metadata
  • Advanced agentless attacker detection and threat hunting reduces the risk of security gaps and blind spots in dynamic cloud environments.
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Cognito goes native with Amazon Web Services

The Azure Virtual Network TAP will capture traffic between workloads, making it available to Cognito vSensors running in the Azure cloud for analysis by the Cognito platform.
AWS VPC traffic mirroring allows customers who use the Vectra Cognito platform to gain insight into the network traffic across
their virtual private cloud infrastructure for content inspection and threat monitoring.

The Cube interview with Mike Banic at AWS re:Inforce 2019

Mike Banic, VP Marketing at Vectra talks with Dave Vellante and John Furrier at AWS re:Inforce 2019 in Boston, MA on VPC traffic mirroring, AI, what is next for Vectra, and more.

“We see significant value in a detection and response platform that combines visibility of attacker behaviors from both the cloud and corporate enterprise while taking advantage of our existing investments.”

Alex J. Attumalil, director of global information and cyber security
Under Armour


News release

Vectra introduces the industry’s first network detection and response solution in Amazon Web Services

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Securing your AWS workloads with Vectra Cognito

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White Paper

Threat detection and response in the cloud

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Cognito platform overview

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