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Because it’s nearly impossible to find hidden attackers in your network...

You need non-stop, automated threat hunting powered by artificial intelligence.

You need security that thinks®

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Detections over 30 days

Hosts
30,943
With Attacker Behaviors
C&C Communications
751,143
Exposed
Lateral Movements
74,089
Detected
Hidden Tunnels
11,972
Revealed

Post-Intrusion Report, 2016

The Vectra Post-Intrusion Report provides a first-hand analysis of active and persistent threats inside a network.

White Paper

Network security redefined: Vectra's cybersecurity thinking machine detects and anticipates attacks in real time
Prevention security at the network perimeter provides one imperfect chance to stop an attack.

Blog

Stealthy ransomware: Extortion evolves

by Kevin Kennedy

It seems like a new variant or victim of ransomware is in the news every day. It’s newsworthy because it works so well and causes widespread destruction.

So when the recent wave of stories hit about PetrWrap, a variation of the widely known Petya ransomware strain, it was easy to miss the significance. The “no-honor-among-thieves” narrative crowded out its true importance.

Events

  • Automatically quarantine endpoints based on network attack behavior detections

Vectra in the news

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Ghost in the Shell: A fantastical future of hacking minds and cyborgs that may already be a reality
Could scrapping the U.S. specialist worker visa scheme harm its competitiveness?

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