Vectra AI ROI

reviewer1259193
Head of Information Security at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
ROI is a difficult one for security tools. You can argue that if you don't see anything where you did investment, this is the reason to have good security tools: not to have an incident. You only really know when bad things happen, and you're in the middle of it. Otherwise, it's doing what it needs to do to stop or identify an issue in the first place. View full review »
reviewer1296420
Global Security Operations Manager at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It has increased our security efficiency because we can now do more with the tool. E.g., if we had a data analyst who was creating models and searching the data to identify the same types of the numbers/behaviours within Vectra, we would need at least two or three FTEs. Vectra has reduced the time it takes us to respond to attacks. In 2019, we conducted a red team activity. The Vectra appliance was able to alert the red team on activity within three hours of the test starting. Prior tests to that, in real life or red team scenarios, we were potentially looking at days. However, we also tightened controls prior to that testing period. While Vectra has done an amazing job in reducing the time to respond, there are so many other things that we also have put in place which have contributed towards it. Vectra has saved us weeks, if not months, in terms of the ability to identify a breach. Our process has been reduced down to hours, which is a potentially massive return on investment, if we were compromised. From an insurance perspective, the return investment is fantastic. From an FTE perspective, while it reduces the number of events that we have to look up and the number of alerts, we now have very specific things where we need to ask questions. Therefore, it's creating more work which we weren't capable of doing. View full review »
reviewer1302852
Sr. Specialist - Enterprise Security at a mining and metals company with 5,001-10,000 employees
In terms of visibility and security improvement, we have definitely seen a return on our investment. View full review »
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reviewer1263180
Cyber Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution has reduced the time it takes us to respond to attacks. It sends an email to our SIEM solution. From that SIEM solution, we get emails and tickets. Therefore, the time between an alert coming up and a ticket is reduced. This is for tickets that we monitor regularly. Within 15 to 20 minutes, it gives us an alert for the things that we want. Thus, it has greatly reduced our measurable baseline. The return of investment is we have tested it so sometimes we have auditors who do pen tests and see them. That's the goal. It seems to be working. We haven't found any actual hackers yet, so I'm not completely a 100 percent certain. However, we found auditors who are trying to do pen tests, which essentially the same thing. View full review »
John Vicencio
Cyber Specialist, Forensics at Richemont
We have definitely seen return on our investment. While our analysts are working on "more" incidents, the efficiency of the way they're working, due to the way that Vectra has broken down its platform and its data, has exponentially decreased the response times to incidents. It has also trained them indirectly because with the story-lining, the way that it creates these detections, analysts receive them and pick them up much quicker than they would in a normal security class. View full review »
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