Preparing for AI-Enabled Cyberattacks
This paper explores key findings from a recent survey conducted by MIT Technology Review, assessing critical developments in the cyber-threat landscape, and how organizations are approaching the challenge of offensive AI.
Cyber AI for the Inbox
This white paper explores recent trends in the email threat landscape, and describes how AI is used to detect and respond to the full range of attacks targeting the inbox.
2021 Threat Report
The sudden and unforeseen transition to remote and hybrid working has had profound implications on the cyber-threat landscape. This report explores the key threat trends that have emerged as a result.
This white paper examines the technology and design principles behind Darktrace’s Cyber AI Analyst, a groundbreaking innovation that automates threat investigations at speed and scale.
This white paper investigates how a unified approach to threat detection and response enables the Darktrace Immune System to neutralize advanced threats that other tools miss.
Email Security Threat Report
This threat report explores 13 email threats — from spear phishing to account takeover — that evaded legacy security tools but were neutralized in real time by Darktrace’s AI.
2020: Threats in Review
This report explores the implications of the pandemic on the cyber-threat landscape, focussing on four key attack trends, from compromised SaaS credentials to ransomware.
Cyber AI for SaaS Security: Protecting Your Dynamic Workforce
This white paper explores eight case studies of threats the Cyber AI Platform identified in SaaS environments. In every case, the threatening activity evaded static defenses, but thanks to Darktrace, was contained and actioned well before it could escalate into a crisis.
Darktrace Cyber AI: An Immune System for Cloud Security
This white paper explores how Darktrace’s Cyber AI Platform is uniquely suited to detect the subtle signs of a threat in the cloud. It examines 11 case studies of advanced attacks that evaded other security tools but were identified by Cyber AI, including compromised credentials, a malicious insider and misconfiguration.
Securing OEM networks involves challenges that require a solution that goes beyond securing specific OEM products in isolation. By providing full visibility, AI investigations, continuous detection and, where appropriate, autonomous response, self-learning AI complements static OEM security with adaptive defense capabilities.
Cyber AI for Industrial Control Systems
This white paper discusses Darktrace's Industrial Immune System, a fundamental innovation that views data from an Industrial Control System network in real time, and establishes an evolving baseline for what is normal for operators, workstations and automated systems within that environment.
Autonomous Response: The Threats Darktrace Antigena Finds
This report details seven case studies of attacks that were intercepted and neutralized by cyber defense AI, including insider threat, ransomware, and IoT attacks.
Darktrace Antigena: The Future of AI-Powered Autonomous Response
This white paper will explore the critical challenges that security teams face in this new era of cyber-threat, and how Darktrace Antigena is leveraging AI to autonomously fight back against advanced attacks, giving human responders the critical time needed to catch up.
This technical white paper examines the multiple layers of machine learning that make up Darktrace’s Cyber AI, and how they are architected together to create an autonomous, system that self-updates, responding to, but not requiring, human input.
Triton 2.0 & The Future of OT Cyber-Attacks
This white paper evaluates the development of OT attack campaigns, identifying new trends in order to anticipate what an AI-augmented ‘Triton 2.0’ attack might look like.
General Data Protection Regulation
The implementation of GDPR represents one of the most significant events in data protection regulatory history. Darktrace is applicable to a range of requirements under GDPR. Darktrace provides the real-time visibility required to make intelligence-based decisions in live situations, while enabling in-depth investigations into historical activity.
NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
While primarily aimed at organizations that own or operate critical infrastructure, the NIST Framework can be advantageous for any organization that implements it, in any industry, as it provides concrete guidance on how to measure and improve an organization’s cyber security.
Complying with New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulations
This white paper explains how Darktrace can help financial services organizations comply with key areas of the new 23 NYCRR 500 regulation, particularly with some of the more challenging measures, such as the 72-hour rule, managing third-party risk, and detecting and responding to cyber-threats.
Darktrace and the SAMA Cyber Security Framework
This white paper explains how Darktrace can help financial services organizations comply with the regulations of the new SAMA Cyber Security Framework. Applicable to a range of requirements, Darktrace AI will enable businesses in Saudi Arabia to meet the most challenging obligations of the framework.
Darktrace and the UK NIS Directive
This white paper explains how the Darktrace AI platform helps your company to comply with the Cyber Assessment Framework of the EU's NIS Directive, released in April 2019.
Threat Discoveries: What Darktrace Industrial Finds
This report provides several case studies of alerts raised in real industrial networks where Darktrace was deployed. Each example features a description of the alert and the outcome of the specific investigation.
Darktrace Discoveries in Asia
As attackers learn to move at unprecedented speeds, organizations are embracing cyber AI to regain the advantage over today’s ever-changing adversary – and win. This special report highlights five real-world threat scenarios in Asia, that were identified and neutralized by Darktrace’s powerful AI technology as they were emerging, before they could escalate into crises.
This white paper explores the Australian cyber-threat landscape and the recent legislation and strategies introduced by Scott Morrison’s government, before taking a close look into how Cyber AI protects Australian organisations, including customer case studies and threat finds.
Australian Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme
The Australian NDB Scheme is a legislative framework that introduces rigorous and mandatory data breach notification provisions for all entities regulated by the Privacy Act 1988. This white paper explains how Darktrace detects the earliest signs of anomalous activity to ensure compliance.
Customer Insights: Self-Learning Cyber Defense
Hear how the Enterprise Immune System is used at first hand – Darktrace customers reveal the benefits of self-learning defense technology.
Mainstream Renewable Power
Mark Kane, Global Head of Information Solutions at MRP, shares how his team use Darktrace to augment their security across their Microsoft platform.
Learn why Laura Tibodeau, CIO at Americas Styrenics, believes Darktrace’s Cyber AI Analyst is “an absolute game changer” for the SOC.
McLaren have turned to self-learning AI to protect every corner of their business from even the most advanced cyber-threats. Learn how Antigena Email defended the organization from increasingly targeted and sophisticated spear phishing emails that other tools missed.
Greg DeBrecourt, Cybersecurity Manager at AeroVironment, discusses how Darktrace Cyber AI provides total visibility into the company’s infrastructure. Darktrace is the “extra set of eyes” that allows the team to continuously monitor its digital estate, including data transfers and user activity.
King’s Hawaiian, world famous for its Hawaiian sweet rolls, turned to Darktrace AI to secure its complex digital ecosystem and manufacturing floor from advanced cyber-threats. Learn how Darktrace’s Cyber AI is able to detect and respond to the earliest signs of cyber-attack regardless of where they emerge across the expansive organization – keeping the brand’s IP secure and the production facilities operational.
Wind Creek Hospitality
With more than 10 gaming properties across the United States, learn how Wind Creek Hospitality relies on Darktrace AI to identify and contain emerging vulnerabilities and cyber-threats to each location. With a diverse and complex digital environment, Darktrace’s cyber AI is able to learn and understand the pattern of life for the entire enterprise – all without human tuning or configuration.
Salve Regina University
As a leading institute in higher education, Salve Regina University needed a cyber technology that could keep student and university data secure, while still enabling the free flow of information on campus. Learn how Darktrace cyber AI has allowed the university to meet this challenge head on, and how its team relies on Antigena to fight back against threats before they can do damage.
“The bad guys are already using AI to devise spear phishing attacks. It’s a cyber war.” Learn how Hydrotech, a leading industrial technology provider, uses Darktrace’s Cyber AI to fight back against sophisticated threats to its cloud and SaaS environments.
Global Travel is a Singapore-based travel management company which provides end-to-end solutions for both business and leisure clients. Deploying Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System, Antigena Email and Antigena Network, Global Travel can protect its employee and customer data from phishing attacks, unauthorized data exfiltration and insider threat, with enterprise-wide coverage and visibility.
eBay Classifieds Group
“The ability to see and take action is key, which is why we are so excited about the Antigena capability that Darktrace has.” Hear from James Bynoe, Head of Cyber & Information Security from eBay Classified, on how Darktrace’s AI for cyber can raise the bar and help small teams’ performance “by having artificial intelligence as a component of your overall program”.
Gallagher-Kaiser Corporation is a Michigan based turn-key supplier of paint finishing systems, commercial HVAC, and mechanical automotive systems. Hear from Rick Bertoncin, Director of Technology and Security: “I truly think everybody should have artificial intelligence as part of their arsenal in cyber security.”
In an effort to protect its foundational intellectual property as well as its sensitive customer, employee, and partner information, Aqua-Leisure deployed Darktrace’s self-learning technology. According to Leonard Galinsky, Director of IT for Aqua-Leisure, “Darktrace has allowed us to gain unprecedented insight.”
Pacific Dental Services
Hear from Nemi George, Senior Director of Information Security at Pacific Dental Services discuss how Darktrace’s cyber AI defends its network from the inside out.
Colombian International Airport
Mexican Insurance Company
Managed Data Services Provider
IT Management Consultancy
Automotive Technology Company
Australian Non-Profit Youth Organisation
Australian Independent School
East Asian Telecommunications Company
UK Restaurant Chain
Peer-to-Peer Lending Marketplace
Electricity Transmission Company
International Sporting Goods Manufacturer
US Bicycle Retailer
Global Educational Foundation
Legislative Governing Body
US Credit Union
UK Law Firm for Pensions & Retirement Savings
British International Airport
European Power Infrastructure Company
UK Energy Saving Organization
UK Reinsurer of Terrorism Risk
UK Real Estate Investment Trust
Cypriot Law Firm
US Software Company
Global Maritime Company
UAE Logistics Provider
US Telecommunications Company
South African Insurance Company
Independent International School
International Digital Payment Company
Norwegian Insurance Company
Canadian Media Content Company
UK Investment Manager
Italian Gaming Company
Global Furniture Manufacturer
Online Car Rental Service
European Vehicle Supplier
Italian Publishing House
International Plumbing Technology Manufacturer
Provider of Public Safety Software
Italian Jewelry Brand
Pioneer of Digital Credential Management Services
Italian International Airport
US Healthcare Provider
Global Contract Manufacturing Organization
HMG Strategy: The Threat Landscape of Today and Tomorrow
This research report from HMG Strategy in collaboration with Darktrace explores what offensive AI attacks will look like, the impact they will have on organizations, and why defensive AI is crucial for defenders to stay one step ahead as threats grow in sophistication and speed.
Cybersecurity Insiders: 2020 Insider Threat Report
This report, produced by Cybersecurity Insiders, reveals the recent rise of insider threats and explores how organizations across industries are addressing the challenges surrounding internal risk.
Forrester: The Emergence of Offensive AI
This report from Forrester evaluates the emergence of offensive AI, organizations’ current security practices, and how well prepared they are to fight off such attacks.
IDC Perspective: Making Strides in Cybersecurity
This case study from leading analyst firm IDC tells the story of Milton Keynes University Hospital (MKUH) NHS Foundation Trust in England, which deployed Darktrace’s Cyber AI Platform to fight back against advanced attacks in the wake of last year’s global WannaCry campaign.
Ovum: ‘Darktrace AI powers all phases of threat defense’
This report from leading analyst firm Ovum declares Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System “a strong example of leveraging artificial intelligence” and “one of the few cases where talk about use of AI in cyber security has turned into action”.
451 Research: ‘Darktrace succeeding with a focus on the ‘good’ and the ‘not good enough’’
This report analyzes how Darktrace's use of unsupervised machine learning is positioning it as the leader in anomaly detection, and outlines how Darktrace Antigena autonomously responds to potential threats in real time.
451 Research: ‘Darktrace is immune to old security ideas’
This report from 451 Research provides an overview of Darktrace’s technology and products, along with the current state of the cyber-security industry and where Darktrace fits in today’s landscape.
Ovum ‘On the Radar: Darktrace detects threats with machine learning’
Ovum’s Rik Turner outlines and analyzes Darktrace’s unique approach to cybersecurity and how it fulfills the need for anomaly-based threat detection without rules and signatures.
“Darktrace was early with its approach and, from a technology point of view, has managed to stay in the lead. Darktrace has a well-honed path into artificial intelligence. I think they’ve used it properly and harnessed it with a good user interface that allows them to respond quickly.”
Earl Perkins, Gartner
“The need for skilled analysts is increasing and outstripping the supply, even with all of the educational programmes available. Tools like the Darktrace AI analyst add power to the elbow; they’re a force multiplier for our scarce resource of human analysts.”
Jonathan Care, Gartner
“Darktrace’s approach is innovative because it helps deal with a number of pressing issues in the security market, as the technology addresses alert fatigue by generating significantly less alerts for analysts to triage. The technology can also detect active threats on the inside of a network.”
Craig Lawson, Gartner
“Unsupervised machine learning understands what constitutes ‘normal’ and ‘abnormal’ behavior based on what it learns. This enables Darktrace software to flag behavior that deviates from the norm regardless of where it originates — even from within cloud-integrated network.”
Zhi-Ying Barry, Forrester Research
“This is probably the best use of visuals I've seen. I can see how somebody who doesn't necessarily have the experience or the knowledge can really quickly look at the Threat Visualizer and say, Well that's where my problem is. That's probably the most important thing you can do in this space.”
Chase Cunningham, Forrester Research
“The customer has never experienced false positives in its environment. Every response action Antigena has taken since its deployment was legitimate [...] Darktrace’s ability to see and autonomously respond to the known knowns and unknowns is unparalleled by any other product out there and, with its expanded capabilities [in email] has ushered Darktrace to the leader of the pack in the network threat analysis team of rivals.”
Alissa Knight, Aite Group
“Darktrace thrives in complex digital environments, as the technology is adaptive and continues to revise its understanding of ‘normal’ in light of new evidence, enabling it to detect and respond to threats that other tools miss, while providing complete visibility across the digital infrastructure.”
Jonas Knudsen, IDC
“Darktrace’s Cyber AI Analyst quickly presents security information in a format that’s both elegant and intuitive. By automatically investigating security events, the AI Analyst helps reduce noise more than any other technology. This is an important development in the security industry.”
Christopher Kissel, IDC
“Darktrace’s system is constantly learning, and it evolves to react to new technologies and new threats. An enterprise will always be prepared for hackers’ capabilities. The technology is self-learning and requires no set-up; it identifies threats in real-time, including zero-days, insiders, and stealthy silent attackers.”
Jamie Snowdon, HFS Research
“The secret sauce for Darktrace remains depth and experience with unsupervised machine learning applied to its modelling of IT systems as organisms protected by immune systems.”
Dan Cummins, 451 Research
“Darktrace Antigena acts faster than any security practitioner could to prevent damage from attacks such as ransomware.”
Eric Ogren, 451 Research
“Darktrace’s ML implementation is superior in the marketplace. This leads to benefits to customers in terms of decreased labor and false positives, and increased reliability for automated responses. Their coverage for cloud-based solutions, including many SaaS apps as well as the full range of IaaS environments, makes their solution a top consideration.”
John Tolbert, KuppingerCole
“Darktrace offers a fundamentally different platform that’s powering an entire cyber defense strategy with AI and machine learning [...] Darktrace’s platform is one of the few cases where talk about use of AI in cyber security has turned into action.”
Mike Sapien, Omdia
“There is a need for technologies that provide enterprises with the ability to detect attacks that are underway based on anomalous behaviors whether entirely on their premises or in their cloud deployments. Darktrace enables such detection, and with Antigena it has added the ability for its customers to level the playing field somewhat by containing attacks until responders can root out their cause and eradicate them.”
Rik Turner, Omdia