The specialty chemical and advanced materials manufacturer faced the challenge of safeguarding trade secrets, research data, and personal information against cyber threats that could disrupt production operations, impacting the entire supply chain. The security manager emphasized the severe repercussions of business disruption, reputational damage, and regulatory fines for noncompliance.
To address the rising threat landscape and comply with GDPR legislation, the company sought a solution that could provide clear visibility into advanced attacks across its global operations. The company chose Cognito, an AI-powered network detection and response platform from Vectra, to efficiently detect and respond to hidden attackers in real time. The goal was to lift the burden from the security operations team, overwhelmed by inconclusive alerts, and automate threat detection using AI.
Vectra's AI-driven models enhanced global network visibility for rapid responses to cyber threats. Automating threat detection lightened the operational workload, ensuring swift investigations. Cognito aided GDPR compliance, preserving privacy and offering forensic evidence. The seamless deployment prioritized innovation, securing the company's core business.
“With artificial intelligence, the Vectra dashboard presents accurate details and context about detected threats while being simple to use.”
“Thanks to the continuous monitoring of all network traffic, Vectra gives us all the necessary visibility so we can easily detect elusive cyberattacks in our network.”
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