Vectra to detect and stop Office 365 breaches
Vectra AI, announces the launch of Cognito Detect for Office 365 to protect credentials
In an effort to help organizations securely and successfully protect their applications, Vectra AI, announced the launch of Cognito Detect for Office 365 given that credential abuse is the leading attack vector in SaaS, especially for Office 365.
Backed by new detection models focused on credentials and privilege in SaaS applications, Vectra expands cloud coverage from Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and extends the ability to track attacker activity pivoting between on-premise, data center, IaaS and SaaS. Vectra delivers visibility across a user’s deployment footprint that leaves attackers with little options.
“Attackers will follow a path of least resistance and the convergence of these elements makes exploiting the cloud easy for them. In no other construct is it fair to expect a person, or security team, to be correct 100% of the time. This is an unacceptable expectation and entirely unfair to security teams,” said Vectra CEO Hitesh Sheth. “The last thing we want is to create more work for security teams. What is needed is technology that removes the dependency on human behavior and human error and brings control back to the security team. This is what Vectra can provide.”