As the digital infrastructure at EV Group became more complex, the team sought to improve its security stature by going beyond the log-based analysis that its existing security tools relied on. Their log-based SIEM technology gave a good overview of the digital estate, but a lack of packet-level insight at the network traffic layer meant that security incidents were not being recognized and controlled fast enough.
The primary aim was to minimize the time between an event happening and it is acknowledged.
EV Group is a leading supplier of high-volume production equipment and process solutions for the manufacture of semiconductors, MEMS, compound semiconductors, power devices, and nanotechnology devices. It supports an elaborate network of global customers and partners all over the world, with more than 1100 employees worldwide.
The team, therefore, trialed Darktrace in a side-by-side bake-off with other tools, deciding on Darktrace's Self-Learning AI primarily because of the accuracy of its detections.
Darktrace shone a light on the organization's digital estate, revealing a host of issues that the team was not previously aware of. The technology has helped the security team become more strategic in cleaning up their digital infrastructure and ensuring more robust security in the long term.
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