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 report highlights nine real-world threat scenarios that were identified and neutralized by Darktrace’s powerful AI technology as they were emerging, before they could escalate into crises.
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 white paper examines the security gaps that Darktrace’s platform fills using machine learning and AI. By learning the full extent of your organization’s evolving ‘pattern of life’, Darktrace’s AI is uniquely suited to detect and neutralize subtle deviations indicative of a threat in the cloud, in concert with your ever-changing digital estate.
Lurking beneath the surface of enterprises today are in-progress cyber-threats, ranging from new vulnerabilities to advanced attackers that have taken hold of critical information. This report highlights some of the most significant trends in the cyber-threat landscape, and feature case studies of real-world threats that Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System has uncovered.
This white paper explains Darktrace’s approach to machine learning and shines a light on the unique interplay between unsupervised machine learning, supervised machine learning, and deep learning behind the world’s leading cyber AI technology.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This white paper explains how OES organizations in the UK that deploy Darktrace's Industrial Immune System will be able to conform to the EU's NIS Directive, the obligations of which must be fulfilled by May 2018.
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.
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.
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 report includes independent validation of Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber security, from a variety of third-party sources, including customer testimonials, analyst reports, and industry awards.
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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.
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”.
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.
Simon Fellows, Darktrace's Head of Security and Technical Director, has produced this white paper discussing the ‘immune system’ approach to cyber security for SCADA systems. The paper provides detailed technical insight into how Darktrace works across operational technology environments, including in SCADA systems, and includes multiple use case examples.
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.
In this annual report highlighting the most innovative vendors in the industry, Gartner’s Earl Perkins explains how Darktrace is using unsupervised machine learning to combat cyber threats in the Energy and Utilities industry.