Market analytics company drops Incident Response times to just minutes using Full Packet Capture

A leading London-based Global Market Analytics company uses Full Packet Capture and Analytics to reduce Security Incident Response times from hours and days to minutes with Camwey.

This Market Analytics company saw the need to minimize the time it takes to detect, remediate and analyse a security incident. Using Camwey to help evaluate marketplace and vendor solutions, they settled on a particular Security Analytics solution which best matched their needs. They were able to move from reactive Incident Response (IR) to proactive hunting of incidents – in the process cut IR timeframes and costs significantly whilst improving efficiency.

The Challenge

With its growth and its success, the company is increasingly dependent on the reliable performance of its IT infrastructure – avoiding downtime or data loss due to breaches is absolutely critical. However, the traditional passive model of IR simply wasn’t working for them. Existing IR processes were inefficient and inconsistent; network visibility was limited; and it was impossible to understand the full context of events and logs recorded by its SIEM, Firewalls, IPS and Sandboxing solutions

The Solution

They looked to its trusted partner, Camwey, for a solution to its sluggish IR processes. Camwey recommended a full packet capture solution featuring Security Analytics appliances as a way to proactively gain better visibility, context and intelligence about network incidents and threats. Now deployed in their London and global facilities, the SA appliances capture, index and classify all network traffic in real time – including full packet header and payload – and also provide rapid analysis to support all IR activities.


  1. Slashed Incident Response timeframes from hours to minutes
  2. Gained actionable insights into all network traffic
  3. Increased the confidence and maturity level of Active Defense team
  4. Improved customer service and satisfaction levels
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