[EC] With the end of the proceedings Day #2 what were the key onsite announcements made by your team?
At GISEC, Vectra AI announced evolved threat detection and response capabilities for Azure-AD and Microsoft O365 and demonstrated how it extends Vectra’s on-prem and IaaS detection to provide full visibility and stitching of the entire kill chain movement, all via a single dashboard.
[EC] What have been the areas of discussion between onsite visitors and your team?
Visitors this year have acknowledged that the perimeter has vanished, and that protection alone is not enough. This is a vast improvement on last year and has allowed discussions to be focused on the best way to detect threats, while keeping privacy intact and reducing workload on the security operations team.
[EC] In your opinion what are the key solution expectations of visitors in the near future?
Visitors are looking to harness the power of artificial intelligence to mitigate the ever-evolving threats. To use an analogy from Greek mythology, they are simply looking to deploy a minotaur within their security operations that will cover the security gap where attackers can currently freely road after they bypass initial defences.
Visitors this year have acknowledged that the perimeter has vanished, and that protection alone is not enough, writes Rabih Itani of Vectra AI.