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Packaging Corporation of America Secures Connectivity

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PCA

Profile

  • Company:PCA
  • Industry:Manufacturing
  • HQ:Lake Forest, IL, USA
  • Size:15,000+ employees

Background

Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois, Packaging Corporation of America is one of the largest producers of containerboard and corrugated packaging products in the U.S., producing boxes and displays for grocery stores. The company has over 15,000 employees and over 70 factories.

    Challenge

    Establish secure connectivity after moving from a centralized egress point to distributed egress points across 70+ plant locations

      Outcomes

      Secures internet access at 70+ plant locations,Simplifies IT management by limiting configuration changes with a cloud-based solution,Defends against known and unknown malware variants,Gains a holistic view of the network environment

      Outcomes

      • Secures internet access at 70+ plant locations
      • Simplifies IT management by limiting configuration changes with a cloud-based solution
      • Defends against known and unknown malware variants
      • Gains a holistic view of the network environment
      PCA secures connectivity with Zscaler
      PCA secures connectivity with Zscaler

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      Dave Hart

      Enterprise Security Manager, Packaging Corporation of America
      The best thing about Zscaler would be the view of our network that it provides, and the malicious activity that’s being stopped.
      Because (Zscaler is) a cloud-based solution, we only have to make a configuration change in one place and it’s distributed everywhere…

      - Dave Hart, Enterprise Security Manager, Packaging Corporation of America

      The number of (malware) detections from websites that you would think were safe was surprising.

      - Dave Hart, Enterprise Security Manager, Packaging Corporation of America

      Helpdesk issues (as a result of) a machine being loaded with malware has significantly decreased.

      - Dave Hart, Enterprise Security Manager, Packaging Corporation of America

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