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The World’s Leading AI for Cyber Defense
Powered by industry-leading AI, the Enterprise Immune System is a self-learning cyber defense platform capable of detecting and responding to cyber-attacks in real-time. Requiring no set-up, the technology is relied on by thousands of organizations to protect their entire digital enterprise, including the cloud, virtualized environments, SaaS applications, and industrial control systems.
“Darktrace is one of the few cases where talk about use of AI in cyber security has turned into action.“~Ovum
Darktrace’s flagship AI cyber defense solution. It combines real-time threat detection, network visualization, and advanced investigation capabilities in a single unified system that is fast and easy to install.
Darktrace Industrial is a cyber AI defense technology that is specifically developed to detect cyber-threats and latent vulnerabilities in both OT environments, such as SCADA systems and IT networks.
Darktrace Cloud delivers Darktrace’s world-leading cyber-threat detection and real-time visibility to the cloud and is compatible with all major cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure, as well as SaaS applications, such as Dropbox, Salesforce, and Office 365.
Powered by Darktrace’s multi-award-winning AI, Darktrace Antigena is an autonomous response solution that takes surgical action against in-progress cyber-threats, limiting damage and stopping their spread in real-time.
We gathered select industry articles that may be of interest to you in your search for the best Security options. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Protecting corporate networks, cloud and virtualized environments, IoT and industrial control systems, Darktrace autonomously detects and fights back against emerging cyber-threats across the enterprise.
Darktrace’s Autonomous Response AI
Darktrace’s autonomous response technology fights back in seconds. Watch the video to find out more.
How Cybersecurity Startup Darktrace Fights Cybercrime With A.I.
Pit the machines against the machines to keep your data safe.That’s the philosophy of billion-dollar cybersecurity start-up Darktrace, which uses artificial intelligence to fight cybercrime against corporations.How Cybersecurity Start-Up Darktrace Fights Cybercrime With A.I. | CNBC Make It.
Darktrace Corporate Overview
Darktrace Enterprise Immune System is widely recognized for its innovation in allowing organizations from all industries to protect against the most advanced cyber-threats.
Darktrace Cyber AI Response
Embedding AI in your enterprise to fight back against advanced attacks – before they do damage.
How Is Darktrace Different From A Siem
How is Darktrace different from a SIEM?
Darktrace AI Defends Natural History Museum
Critical Research Protected with Autonomous Response TechnologyRead Full Article: https://www.darktrace.com/en/press/2019/278/
Darktrace Corporate Overview
The definitive introduction to Darktrace. Learn why a new approach to cybersecurity is essential to staying ahead of the game in today’s cyber arms race.
Case Study – Keen
KEEN felt that it needed to bolster its security stack to protect against new forms of advanced threats.
Cyber AI Response Threat Report 2019
This report details seven case studies of attacks that were intercepted and neutralized by cyber defense AI, including insider threat, ransomware, and IoT attacks. While all threat scenarios were distinct, some fast-moving and others slow and stealthy, in all cases the subtle indicators of suspicious activity were only detectable using Darktrace AI, which learns what is normal for the business environment and autonomously responds to attacks – before damage is done.
Powered by Darktrace’s world-leading AI, Darktrace Antigena is an autonomous response solution that takes targeted action against inprogress cyber-threats in real time.
Darktrace Proof of Value
A Darktrace Proof of Value (POV) is a 30-day trial designed to demonstrate the Enterprise Immune System in action, within the context of your unique digital environment. The POV also gives you the opportunity to see your network visualized through the Threat Visualizer, Darktrace’s 3D visibility, detection and investigation user interface. A dedicated Account Executive and Cyber Technologist will guide you through the POV experience.
NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity is a risk-based framework for analyzing an organization’s cyber security across a core set of activities.
Darktrace and SIEMs
How is Darktrace different from a SIEM? Does Darktrace replace a SIEM? How does Darktrace work with SIEMs?
Antigena: The Machine Fights Back
Autonomous response is here. Learn about Darktrace Antigena, the digital antibody of the Enterprise Immune System, capable of fighting back against …
Darktrace in Healthcare
A growing number of organizations have opted for a fundamentally different approach to cyber defense: one that prioritizes real-time threat detection and responds to threats before they can do damage. Darktrace is the industry leader of this new approach, using its cutting-edge AI technology that can autonomously respond to novel threats as they arise.
Case Study – Birmingham Airport
The airport required complete network visibility in order to thoroughly survey its network, which is accessed daily by a high volume of passengers passing through, and over 140 businesses with a permanent presence on site. Additionally, the airport needed a security solution capable of detecting potential vulnerabilities and actual threats, inside and outside the network, that may aim to target its critical assets, including vital operating systems.
Darktrace Feature: The Artificial Immune System Teaching Itself to Stop Hackers
Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense, is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to mimic the human immune system, identifying …
Ransomware Cast Study – Catholic Charities of Santa Clara
Once detected, a member of the charity’s IT security team was able to respond straight away, disconnect the targeted device from the network and prevent any further encryption or financial cost.
BankInfoSecurity: Darktrace’s Justin Fier on how artificial intelligence can improve network health
Darktrace – Enterprise
Darktrace Enterprise is Darktrace’s flagship AI cyber defense solution. It combines real-time threat detection, network visualization, and advanced investigation capabilities in a single unified system that is fast and easy to install.
Case Study – H & M International Transportation
H & M International Transportation sought to enhance its security stack with greater visibility and insight into its internal network traffic.
Case Study – Billtrust
Billtrust wanted to ensure it was taking a mature security posture, especially given a stringent regulatory environment. Billtrust needed a technology that could detect zero-day threats without having to be continuously updated.
Case Study – Cordenpharma
CordenPharma needed a tool that could provide early threat detection, prevent data breaches, and accommodate its customers’ myriad requests.
Case Study – Human Longevity
As a young, high-technology company, Human Longevity was keen to build a modern and resilient cyber security strategy from the ground up, with minimal overhead.
Case Study – Steelcase
Steelcase was keen to defend its critical data assets from any potential compromise to its intellectual property and designs, confidential corporate information or customer data. Furthermore, the company was increasingly aware of the limitations of perimeter defenses and legacy approaches, which are unable to detect insider threat.
Case Study – Sunsweet
Sunsweet needed a tool that could sit inside the network to identify cyber-attacks as they were emerging, and not weeks later.
Case Study – Trek
Trek considers the protection of its intellectual property and designs of paramount importance. It is vital that the company’s unique products and specific research developments are secure in order for Trek to remain at the forefront of its industry.
Case Study – Swope
With rapidly evolving attacks targeting the healthcare sector every day, Swope Health Services wanted an approach that would enable it to detect and neutralize threats at their earliest stages.
Case Study – Caravel Group
TruWest was cognizant of the devastating potential of insider threat, which evades the detection of traditional security tools. With neither the complete network visibility nor the adaptive cyber defenses required to counter these threats, TruWest sought a fundamentally unique solution that could autonomously identify and respond to cyber-attacks at an early stage. They needed a tool that could not only protect us against known threats, but also autonomously fight back against external attacks and insider threats that have never been seen before.
Case Study – Truwest
TruWest recently migrated critical data to the cloud to increase efficiency and cut costs. Yet from a security perspective, this shift has also expanded the attack surface and introduced new blind spots through which attackers can gain a foothold. TruWest was also cognizant of the devastating potential of insider threat, which evades the detection of traditional security tools. With neither the complete network visibility nor the adaptive cyber defenses required to counter these threats, TruWest sought a fundamentally unique solution that could autonomously identify and respond to cyber-attacks at an early stage.
Case Study – Zpower
Faced with an unfamiliar and fast-evolving threat landscape, that includes subtle attacks, insider threats, and ransomware, ZPower’s IT team sought to develop a robust security stack that could help mitigate these risks.
Airports & Operational Technology: 4 Attack Scenarios
As OT systems increasingly fall into the crosshairs of cyberattackers, aviation-industry CISOs have become hyper-focused on securing them. Finding and fixing vulnerabilities across airport operational technology networks may not be sexy, but the damage and confusion a successful attack can cause is nothing short of sensational. These critical airport systems include baggage control, runway lights, air conditioning, and power, and they're managed by means of network-connected digital controll…
Software as a Security nightmare: The risks of collaboration on the cloud
Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics | Tuesday April 23, 2019 It’s no secret that collaboration is the bedrock of business. In fact, a Stanford University study demonstrated that merely priming employees to act in a collaborative fashion — without changing their environment or workflow — makes them more engaged, more persistent, more successful, and less fatigued.To digitally optimize this biologically ingrained capacity for teamwork, businesses the world over have adopte…
The Age of Algorithms: How autonomous response AI is winning the race against time
Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics | Thursday June 20, 2019 At a time when automated cyber-attacks execute at machine speed, the reality is that merely detecting these attacks is no longer sufficient to stop them before the damage is done. According to the Ponemon Institute’s oft-cited study on the topic, US companies take an average of 206 days to identify a data breach. And even when security teams discover a potential compromise the moment it begins, human profession…
Off the hook: How AI catches phishing emails even if we take the bait
Dave Palmer, Director of Technology | Friday September 6, 2019 From social media apps to collaborative cloud services, unprecedented methods of communication now arise on a daily basis. Yet workplaces around the world are still reliant on good old-fashioned emails, with more than 100 trillion of them sent in 2018 alone. A single office worker receives an average of 121 emails per day and — as most of us can attest — therefore has just a moment to decide whether each one merits a reply. Giv…
Press Releases | Darktrace Cyber AI Distinguishes Real Emails from ‘Digital Fakes’ Where Humans Cannot
Darktrace, the world’s leading cyber AI company, has today announced that, due to customer demand, it has expanded its platform to cover additional email systems including G Suite and Microsoft Exchange. Antigena Email, launched in February 2019 for Office 365, has proven a powerful defense against a wide variety of ‘digital fakes’ as well as account hijacking, email spoofing, and targeted email attacks.Today, 94% of cyber-threats still originate in the inbox. ‘Impersonation attacks’ are on t…