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Vectra AI to showcase power of attack-signal intelligence at Gitex Global

Vectra AI to showcase power of attack-signal intelligence at Gitex Global

The company has set aside space for three demo screens that will show different security operations centre capabilities

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Vectra AI, the cybersecurity company has announced its participation at Gitex Global 2022 in Dubai. At the event, the company will show attendees how they can reduce alert fatigue for security teams and mount a more effective defence of their digital estates by leveraging attack-signal intelligence.

The company will focus on the capabilities within its Threat Detection and Response (TDR) and Managed Detection and Response (MDR) suites to deliver attack-signal intelligence. Vectra TDR is designed for today’s hybrid and multi-cloud environments and provides coverage, clarity, and control for SOCs. Threat visibility extends to a range of widely used cloud services such as AWS, Microsoft 365 and Azure AD. AI-driven attack-signal intelligence is used to automate threat detection, and triage findings for prioritised investigation. And AI-enabled operations enable integrated investigation, workflow automation and targeted response.

Meanwhile, Vectra’s focus on attack-signal intelligence is based upon the approach’s proven ability to enhance an organisation’s resilience to attacks. Unlike other approaches that centre on anomaly detection and require human tuning and maintenance, Vectra’s attack-signal intelligence exposes the complete narrative of an attack by continuously monitoring for known attacker tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and executing pre-defined models in real-time to detect and correlate those TTPs and sift out the threats that are most relevant to the business.

“For the past two decades, threat detection and response methodologies across people, processes and technology have relied heavily on signatures, anomalies, and rules to identify and defeat cybercriminals as they engage in infiltration and exfiltration campaigns. But as enterprises shift to hybrid and multi-cloud environments and digitise identities, supply chains and ecosystems, these approaches only result in more alert noise, triage and false positives,” commented Taj El-khayat, Managing Director for EMEA South at Vectra AI. “Very rarely do organisations know where the gaps in their security lie. And this is a great advantage to attackers, who continually bypass prevention, circumvent signatures, blend in and infiltrate, and progress laterally inside an organisation to wreak havoc.”

“Vectra has spent more than a decade researching, developing, pioneering, and patenting AI-powered security that is centered on erasing the unknown,” El-khayat explained. “Attack-signal intelligence empowers defenders to think like their assailants and anticipate their tactics, techniques, and procedures. Our focus on the reduction of alert noise and the alleviation of security teams’ burdens is one that is resonating with people across the region.”

The company has set aside space for three demo screens that will show different security operations centre capabilities — one for detection, one for response and one for ecosystem integration with technologies such as Splunk and CrowdStrike. Vectra will also operate a dedicated cloud demo zone.

Read: Dubai: Gitex Global 2022 to kick off next month

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