Endace, which specializes in high-speed packet capture for cybersecurity, network and application performance, and Vectra, a company focused on cyberthreat detection and response for hybrid and multi-cloud enterprises, have announced an integration partnership.
The partnership combines Endace’s packet capture and always-on network recording with the Vectra AI-driven threat detection and response platform. Together, Vectra, which offers a partner program for MSPs, and Endace can provide security teams with accurate discovery at all attack stages with conclusive forensic evidence. The result is faster and simpler threat investigation and response, the companies stated in a news release.
More Power to Expose Cyberthreats
The Vectra platform uses AI to automate and detect hidden cyberthreats through continuous analysis of network traffic, the companies said. As a result, attack behaviors are exposed with a combination of data science, machine learning and behavioral analytics.
Through the Endace-Vectra integration, customers can expect:
- Faster and more confident detection, investigation and response of threats and alerts across the entire network
- Streamlined workflows for one-click access to definitive evidence
- Conclusive evidence with a complete record of all stages of any cyberthreat
As the latest member of Endace’s Fusion Partner Program, Vectra can provide pre-built integrations with EndaceProbes’ API to deliver higher performance, easier integration and on-demand deployment to customer, the companies said. EndaceProbes accurately record weeks or months of network traffic, enabling fast, accurate incident investigation and resolution.
Accelerating Incident Response
Cary Wright, vice president of Products at Endace, explained the advantage of the partnership with Vectra:
“Detecting and responding to threats before the attackers establish a foothold is critical to defending against advanced cyberthreats. Integrating Vectra’s AI-driven threat detection with EndaceProbes provide security teams with one-click to all the evidence required to respond to any threat.”
Brad Woodberg, director of product management at Vectra, adds:
“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.”