Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber security, is making its presence felt at the ongoing AI Everything Summit with its innovative approach to threat perception and studied defence against the most sophisticated cyber threats. Its pioneering technology, the Enterprise Immune System, has already been proven effective in detecting cyber threats, that existing legacy systems cannot.
“Darktrace empowers organizations to defend their systems against the most complicated cyber threats and attacks,” a company spokesperson said. “Our technology is powerful enough to identify a diverse range of threats at their earliest stages, including insider attacks, latent vulnerabilities, slow developing threats and even espionage,” she added.
In 2016, Darktrace’s leading role in AI was reinforced with the launch of the first-ever autonomous response technology, the Darktrace Antigena. “This innovation allowed the Enterprise Immune System to react to in-progress cyber-attacks in a highly precise way, giving security teams the time they desperately need, to catch up. When WannaCry ransomware attacks hit hundreds of organizations in 2017, Darktrace Antigena reacted in seconds, protecting consumer networks from inestimable damage,” the spokesperson said.
Darktrace’s USP is that in as many as 95% of organizations, it finds genuine cyber-threats that others have missed. “The old approach of protecting your data behind a wall, sealed from all potential threats, is no longer viable. Businesses are global, networks are expanding and customer behavior is unpredictable. Moreover, threats are evolving at such rapid speeds, that it has become impossible to predict attacks in advance-let alone respond in time-without significant help from technology. Today, AI must power an approach that takes latent vulnerabilities and pervasive threat as its starting point, and Darktrace is at the forefront of this transition by allowing some of the world’s leading companies to defend themselves and stay competitive, in the face of difficult evolving cyber adversaries,” she added.