Nissho Electronics faced three significant challenges related to network and cloud security, including the need for early detection of insider threats, faster response to external attacks, and the creation of audit reports for regulatory compliance. The manual analysis of firewall logs and concerns about credential abuse in SaaS-based Office 365 added to their cybersecurity complexities.
To address these challenges, Nissho adopted the Vectra AI platform, leveraging AI-driven capabilities to detect and respond swiftly to cyberattacks across cloud, data center, and SaaS environments. Vectra Detect automated threat detection, prioritization, and security tasks, reducing the workload for security operations and providing detailed compliance reporting.
The implementation of Vectra's solution significantly reduced operational costs and time associated with manual threat analysis. Nissho gained improved visibility into network and cloud environments, enabling faster incident response and accurate threat hunting. By extending Vectra AI to Office 365, Nissho enhanced its ability to proactively detect and respond to account takeovers, preventing data breaches and ensuring the security of critical business data.
“With Vectra we can disclose information to members of our board as soon as possible. We have also dramatically reduced the time to detect and respond to alerts and improved the threat-hunting accuracy of our SOC team.”
“As a customer, investor and solution provider, we are confident that Vectra will continue as a market leader in NDR by allowing enterprise organizations to detect the earliest signs of a cyberattack and prevent data breaches.”
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