Artificial intelligence that automates real-time threat detection and response

From users and IoT devices to data centers and the cloud.

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®

Vectra saved Texas A&M $7 million in one year and reduced the time to investigate threats from days to minutes

Texas AandM University System cuts threat investigations from days to minutes

It's the fastest, most efficient way to detect and respond to hidden cyber attackers in your network

Vectra is Security that thinks®

Easy. Intuitive. Insightful

See how it works

Watch Vectra learn detect threats and report the highest priority risks

Vectra Bootcamp

Live 30-minute introduction to the Vectra product and its underlying technology.

White Paper

How to automate security operations centers with AI
Detect threats faster, speed-up incident response and introduce new efficiencies

Blog

Why it's okay to be underwhelmed by Cisco ETA

by Oliver Tavakoli, CTO, Vectra Networks

Cisco recently announced the term “intent-based networking” in a press release that pushes the idea that networks need to be more intuitive. One element of that intuition is for networks to be more secure without requiring a lot of heavy lifting by local network security professionals. And a featured part of that strategy is Cisco ETA:

"Cisco's Encrypted Traffic Analytics solves a network security challenge previously thought to be unsolvable," said David Goeckeler, senior vice president and general manager of networking and security. "ETA uses Cisco's Talos cyber intelligence to detect known attack signatures even in encrypted traffic, helping to ensure security while maintaining privacy."

Events

  • InfoSecurity Europe 2017
    Booth E225, June 6-8, Olympia, London
  • Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2017
    June 12-15, Booth 809, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, MD

Vectra in the news

Vectra identifies healthcare as the industry most highly targeted by cyber attacks
AI and machine learning are the future of cybersecurity but don’t expect the Terminator yet
EU-Parlamentarier fordern Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung aller Kommunikation
Nordkorea ist wahrscheinlich hinter WannaCry Angriffe

Awards

See it think for you.