Cyber threat actors invest significant resources in outsmarting prevention tools, exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities and compromising enterprise hybrid cloud environments. And so far, those efforts are outpacing many overwhelmed SOC analysts.
In the face of this gathering storm of nation-state cyber threats, SOC teams must accept that these attackers are going after more organizations — either directly or through a supply chain attack. And while proactively fortifying your defenses remains crucial, 100% prevention is impossible.
The Vectra AI Platform reveals the earliest signs of attacker activity so you can see and stop active attacks in minutes.
Automated AI-driven detections focus on the methods attackers use to move laterally across data centers, public cloud, identity and SaaS.
Security-led AI stitches together attack progression with the right context, empowering analysts to investigate and respond in minutes.
Attackers don’t take vacations — and neither should your threat detection. Vectra AI gives you 24/7 coverage with skilled reinforcements.
Prevention tools may fail — but there’s still a proven way to protect critical infrastructure.
Sophisticated nation-state actors aren't just well-funded. They're also patient, and will often wait months or years before launching an attack — 75% of successful cyberattacks use vulnerabilities that are more than two years old.
Our patented Attack Signal Intelligence thinks like an attacker, knows what’s malicious and focuses on what’s urgent. It prioritizes the threats that matter so you can see and stop active attacks in real-time.
An escalating skills shortage is making it easier than ever for nation-state threats to target your on-premises systems, cloud infrastructure and SaaS applications.
Nation-state actors are moving toward targeting poorly configured on-premises servers and unpatched third-party software in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. But other tools hide that activity in a flood of false positives.
The Vectra AI Platform uses advanced machine learning to distinguish malicious activity from benign events, so you can see and stop real threats in real time.