Darktrace Launches Antigena Version 2

More Organizations Fight Back with Autonomous Response AI as Antigena v2 Announced

Cambridge (UK) and San Francisco
Tuesday September 11, 2018

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense, has today announced the launch of Antigena Version 2 (v2), a major update to its AI-powered autonomous response technology.

As attacks become more innovative and automated, artificial intelligence is increasingly being deployed to fight back.

Darktrace’s autonomous response technology uses AI to take surgical action that stops high-severity cyber-threats within seconds. This buys the security team valuable time to catch up, as the crisis is averted.

In this second version, a new Email Module is made available, which enables organizations to pre-emptively protect email users targeted by email attack campaigns.

Within seconds of a malicious attack being detected, Antigena v2 not only stops the threat from escalating on the compromised device, but also stops other people in the organization from being hit in the first place.

“As cyber-criminals devise ways to leverage AI that enhance the speed, scale, and automation of attacks, organizations need to fight back with AI to keep pace,” commented Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace. “By using AI to understand ‘normal’ for every unique business, Darktrace Antigena v2 can neutralize even the most sophisticated attacks, before they have time to escalate into a crisis.”

Antigena v2 now includes:

  • New Email module that blocks threats at the point of entry
  • Autonomous response for cloud, network, and email attacks
  • Precise actions driven by new AI models
  • Orchestration with market-leading firewalls and switches
  • Greater visibility and control from the Darktrace Mobile App (v2)

For more information, download the ‘Darktrace Antigena: The Future of AI-Powered Autonomous Response’ white paper.

About Darktrace

Darktrace is the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense. Created by mathematicians, the Enterprise Immune System uses machine learning and AI algorithms to detect and respond to cyber-threats across diverse digital environments, including cloud and virtualized networks, IoT and industrial control systems. The technology is self-learning and requires no set-up, identifying threats in real time, including zero-days, insiders and stealthy, silent attackers. Darktrace is headquartered in San Francisco and Cambridge, UK, and has over 30 offices worldwide.