The Ardagh Group, operating over 100 manufacturing facilities in 22 countries, faced geographical challenges in managing the cybersecurity risks associated with its highly distributed network. Despite well-crafted defenses, the company needed visibility into in-progress attacks that could evade traditional security measures due to the global nature of its operations.
To address the challenges of evolving cybersecurity threats, the Ardagh Group adopted the Vectra threat-detection and hunting platform from Vectra. The platform utilizes AI-powered threat hunting to automate the real-time detection of hidden attackers across cloud and data center workloads, providing high-fidelity visibility into the global network and enabling quick and decisive responses to potential threats.
By leveraging Vectra AI, the Ardagh Group gained automated threat detection capabilities that significantly improved its cybersecurity posture. The platform's ability to identify anomalous traffic and correlate threats to compromised host devices allowed the security team to respond quickly and determine the best course of action. Vectra's non-intrusive approach, focusing on network metadata for attacker behaviors without prying into user data, ensured compliance with data privacy laws and provided real-time visibility into network patterns, boosting the company's confidence in identifying potential threats.
“With Vectra AI, we can stop threats before they cause damage.”
“Rerouting a single invoice between us and our customer could result in the loss of millions of euros. It’s not surprising that every attack we’ve seen involved an attempt to steal.”
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