Vectra has announced a range of new advisory and operational cybersecurity services that enable enterprises to increase security operations efficiency and significantly reduce the risk of data breaches.
Cybersecurity experts share top advice on how end-users can avoid falling victim to such attacks.
Vectra AI has unveiled its modernised global channel partner programme, new training and expansion into the commercial market to meet …
Vectra AI has released its 2020 Spotlight Report on Healthcare, which shows an upward trend in exploitable behaviours and discredits claims that external threats would lead to increased internal threat activity.
Ammar Enaya, regional director – Middle East, Turkey & North Africa (METNA), Vectra, discusses the benefits of making data science the foundation of new security models.
Vectra AI has announced that there is a major security gap that is obvious, important and urgent: the ability to know if privileged accounts and services are compromised.
To help organisations securely and successfully protect their network, Vectra AI has announced the release of Account Lockdown,.
The use of AI in cybersecurity not only expands the scope of what a single security expert is able to monitor, but importantly, it also enables the discovery of attacks that would have otherwise been undetectable by a human.
Vectra AI has announced the addition of two executives to senior leadership roles, which the it says will be instrumental in driving customer satisfaction and further global business growth.
Vectra has announced it is expanding business operations in the Middle East to arm enterprise organisations and managed detection-and-response providers with a platform to stop in-progress cyber-attacks in the cloud.