Detection and response

Artificial intelligence

AI in cybersecurity boosts threat hunting, network detection and response

Cybersecurity application of artificial intelligence makes automated threat hunting and network self-defense a reality today. AI-powered security operational teams can detect more threats and react to them with surgical precision automatically.

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Vectra AI

Vectra AI develops the world's leading automated threat hunting, network detection and response solutions. Vectra Cognito applies threat behavior detection models using machine-learning on the core network traffic, to reliably uncover threat actors in real-time. This methodology of proactive threat hunting is sidelining the traditional methods of log-based, manual hunting, and provides immediate results for organization on all levels of security operational maturity.

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CyberTrap's unique deception technology is designed to slow down advanced attackers and win time for security operations to catch them. Deceived attackers can get lost in a maze of fake computers, fake servers designed to monitor their techniques and collect their tools, while fake documents tracked globally help in the attribution of the attackers.

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Use cases

Artificial intelligence makes security operations faster, better and a lot more scalable without hiring additional staff and taking deep security trainings.

Threat hunting

Stop manually creating use-cases and rules in the SIEM. AI-powered threat hunting completely replaces traditional detection methods and takes the guesswork out of security operations.

24x7 SOC operations

AI-based automated network security can lock-out attackers, stop ransomware and other threats in real-time. The level of automation can be tailored to the organization's security needs.

Airgapped networks

AI works without databases, using mathematics only. That is why AI is the perfect solution for protecting airgapped networks with threat behavior detections that require no updates or internet connectivity.


Fake servers and trackable documents lure attackers away from corporate assets. The point of deception is to win time for security operations and to quickly identify attackers who fall in the trap.