Endace, a leading provider of network visibility infrastructure products, partnered with Vectra AI, a cybersecurity leader in threat detection and response. Vectra and Endace have teamed to integrate the Vectra AI-driven threat detection and response platform with Endace’s packet capture and always-on network recording. Combining the two solutions will enable security teams to quickly and easily investigate threats and respond to them, by providing accurate detection at all attack stages along with compelling forensic evidence.
“SOC teams often rely on recorded packet data during forensic investigations to support their findings. We are excited that customers can now Integrate the Vectra Platform with EndaceProbes and accelerate the incident response process”, said Brad Woodberg, Director of Product Management at Vectra.
The Vectra platform uses AI to automate and detect hidden cyber threats through continuous analysis of network traffic. Attack behaviours are exposed through a combination of data science, machine learning and behavioral analytics. Vectra is the most recent business to sign up for Endace’s Fusion Partner Program. To give performance, integration, and on-demand deployment to customers, the program offers pre-built integrations of solutions using EndaceProbe’s API. EndaceProbes captures weeks or months’ worth of network traffic, giving users instant access to every aspect of any threat.
This integration will ultimately provide the following features to customers:
- Faster detection, research, and action on all network-wide threats and risks.
- Streamlined processes enabling instant access to conclusive evidence.
- Conclusive proof and a detailed history of every stage of cyber threat.
Cary Wright, VP of Products at Endace, said, “Detecting and responding to threats before the attackers establish a foothold is critical to defending against advanced cyber threats. Integrating Vectra’s AI driven threat detection with EndaceProbe provides security teams with one-click to all the evidence required to respond to any threat.”