BluVector’s Next Generation Network Intrusion Detection System (NG-NIDS), powered by patented machine learning and speculative execution technologies, detects a wide range of threats including fileless malware, zero-day malware, ransomware, web attacks, brute force attacks and policy violations.
- 99%+ accuracy out-of-the-box
- Self-evolves to create a moving defense
- 20 minutes to operation
- IPv4 and IPv6 compatible (IoT support)
- One device for SMTP, HTTP & file analysis
BluVector’s Intelligent Decision Support System delivers analysts the actionable insight and workflow automation needed to confirm threats early in the kill chain.
- Unparalleled network visibility
- Targeted Logger focuses analyst attention on alerts that matter
- Up to 80% SOC analyst efficiency improvement
- Offers immediate access to BluVector experts
A rich connectors framework makes it possible for BluVector to receive and correlate data from a variety of threat intelligence sources, send events to SIEM solutions like Splunk and QRadar, or integrate with network security devices like Cisco firewalls and NAC, as well as Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions like Carbon Black to enable blocking.
- Integrates and orchestrates security infrastructure
- Makes the most of existing security investments
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How BluVector Scans for Malicious Threats
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In July 2017, advanced threat detection startup BluVector augmented its machine learning-based analytics engine to detect memory-based attacks in real time. This means the BluVector Network Security Monitoring and Analytics platform leverages a new network emulation technique to identify a broader spectrum of attacks coming from both malicious files and embedded file attacks executed in memory.
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