31 October 2017
Vetropack is using artificial intelligence to hunt for cyber attackers and improve its network security.
The European glass manufacturer has deployed Vectra’s cyber security platform. This is said to provide complete network visibility, as well as non-stop automated threat hunting and real-time attacker detection based on AI and always-learning behavioural models.
Vectra says its system automatically prioritises the highest-risk threats detected across the Vetropack network, which extends to offices, manufacturing facilities and distribution centres in several European countries.
Markus Müller-Fehrenbach, head of IT infrastructure and operations at Vetropack Holding, says: “Vectra solved this problem by automating the hunt for cyber attackers and instantly prioritising the highest-risk threats.”
Immediately after its installation, it’s claimed Vectra’s platform learned Vetropack’s local and global environment, and promptly started to detect active threats inside the company’s network.
“Our security team always knows what is going on, where an attack is happening, and the necessary steps to remediate the threat,” says Müller-Fehrenbach. “Our security team is now able to focus proactively on other critical areas, such as threat containment, remediation and forensics.”