Fight ransomware with AI
Critical infrastructure is being increasingly targeted by disruptive cyber-attacks that move at machine speed, outpacing humans and traditional tools.
Darktrace provides unified protection across OT and IT environments and autonomously responds to fast-moving attacks in seconds.
A self-learning approach
Rather than relying on static lists of rules and signatures, Self-Learning AI understands your digital ecosystem, learning the ‘pattern of life’ for every device, operator, and all connections between them.
This evolving understanding allows it to identify subtle deviations that indicate a cyber-attack, stopping threats like ransomware in their tracks.
Minimize cyber disruption
Darktrace AI is the only technology that autonomously defends against novel and never-before-seen attacks — and stops attacks inside IT systems, before they can disrupt OT.
With early-stage threat detection spanning the full range of known and unknown attacks, as well as AI-driven investigations and Autonomous Response, Self-Learning AI allows defenders of critical infrastructure to remain confident in the availability and integrity of their systems.
Darktrace detects threats at their earliest stages wherever they occur in an environment, granting visibility across all Purdue levels, as well as into and around the DMZ.
The technology also provides complete asset identification, adapting to even the most unique proprietary environments. It even illuminates points of IT/OT convergence.
This blog explores a real-world example of Self-Learning AI stopping ransomware in IT before it could spread into OT at a critical infrastructure supplier in North America. Despite the attacker using legitimate remote access tools, Self-Learning AI was able to understand the activity as unusual and identify the attack before it could do damage.
White Paper: Defending Critical Infrastructure Against Ransomware
Learn more about why organizations overseeing Industrial Control Systems are turning to Self-Learning AI to detect and respond to ransomware.
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