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Vectra AI Empowers SOC Teams With Security AI-Driven Attack Signal Intelligence

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Vectra AI has announced Security AI-driven Attack Signal Intelligence that helps automate threat detection, triage and prioritization for SOC teams. As organizations face ever-growing unknown cyber threats targeting on-premises and cloud infrastructure, SaaS applications and data and Identity systems, SOC teams are challenged to keep pace. More attack surface to cover combined with more modern, evasive and sophisticated attackers has resulted in more manual time spent maintaining detection rules, triaging alerts and figuring out what alerts to prioritize – resulting in analyst fatigue and burnout. Vectra’s technology frees security analysts of these everyday manual and mundane tasks and arms them to do what they do best – investigate and respond to real attacks.

Core to the Vectra platform, Vectra MDR services and the expanding Vectra ecosystem, Attack Signal Intelligence empowers security analysts to think like an attacker with AI-driven Detections that go beyond signatures and anomalies to understand attacker behavior and zero in on attacker TTPs across the cyber kill chain; know what is malicious by analyzing detection patterns unique to an organization’s environment to surface relevant events and reduce noise; and also focus on the urgent with AI-driven Prioritization that provides a view of threats by severity and impact, enabling analysts to focus on responding to critical threats and lowering business risk.

By harnessing Attack Signal Intelligence with the Vectra platform, Vectra MDR services and the Vectra ecosystem, security teams detect real attacks and their progression throughout the cyber kill chain so they can rapidly investigate and stop an attack from becoming a breach.

Vectra Attack Signal Intelligence is built into all Vectra Cloud, Identity and Network Threat Detection and Response products and services.

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