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Nicole Eagan, Darktrace CEO, speaks at Hong Kong RISE: 'When AI attacks'
Tomorrow's attackers are machines that can think — fighting back requires defenders to arm themselves with AI technologies too. The challenge is to build your immunity against them. Hear cases from the front lines of cyber defense with an eye towards what to expect from hackers by 2020.
Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan on Interpol World TV Singapore
Nicole Eagan discusses the future of machine learning in the fight against AI attacks and ‘unknown unknowns’, drawing on examples of how Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System has used AI to spot and stop the threats that bypass legacy tools, including WannaCry ransomware and IOT attacks.
Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan talks autonomous response on CNBC Asia
In an era of fast-moving, increasingly automated attacks like WannaCry, human security teams are struggling to keep up. CEO Nicole Eagan explains the need for autonomous response to inoculate threats, before damage is done.
Infosecurity 2017: Darktrace’s Dave Palmer discusses IoT insider threats
With the rapid growth of the Internet of Things, Dave Palmer discusses some of the most innovative cyber attacks, from hacking videoconferencing units to fish tanks and fridges.
Darktrace’s Nicole Eagan at The Montgomery Summit 2017
Nicole Eagan talks cyber with fellow entrepreneurs at the Montgomery Summit in Santa Monica, California.
Darktrace’s Nicole Eagan discussing the WannaCry ransomware attack
Following the worldwide WannaCry ransomware attack, Nicole Eagan explains the need for machine learning and AI in order to fight back in real time.
Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan on Bloomberg Breakaway
Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan, IBM’s Robert Stasio and Rob Knake from the Council on Foreign Relations speak with Bloomberg’s Michael Riley about the cost-benefit analysis of cyber security.
Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan on the role machine learning will play in future attacks and mitigation
Attackers can now infiltrate a network through the Internet of Things — including a cappuccino maker. Nicole Eagan explains how.
MacRobert Award 2017 Finalist: Darktrace
Darktrace is one of three finalists for the UK’s top innovation prize: the MacRobert Award. Watch this video produced by the Royal Academy of Engineering to find out why.
451 Research: Self-Learning Cyber Defense
451 Research’s Scott Crawford, Research Director for the Information Security Channel, demystifies machine learning, arguing for self-learning cyber defense.
Antigena: The Machine Fights Back
Autonomous response is here. Learn about Darktrace Antigena, the digital antibody of the Enterprise Immune System, capable of fighting back against in-progress attacks.
Lord Jonathan Evans, Former Director-General of MI5, discussing the cyber threat landscape
Lord Evans of Weardale shares his insights into the unique challenges facing companies in a constantly-evolving threat landscape. He highlights the risk of insider threat and how company boards can do more to engage.
Darktrace named 'Technology Pioneer' by the World Economic Forum
Hear an overview of Darktrace’s origins and its innovative flagship technology, the Enterprise Immune System, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms.
Darktrace Corporate Overview
The definitive introduction to Darktrace. Learn why a new approach to cyber security is essential to staying ahead of the game in today’s cyber arms race.
Customer Case Studies
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.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
During a Proof of Value, Darktrace identified a ransomware attack at Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Will Bailey reveals how the Enterprise Immune System caught a potentially devastating attack within minutes.
Jackson National Life Insurance
With billions of devices in its network, Vice President and CISO Guillermo Guerra from Jackson National Life Insurance explains how Darktrace enables the company to spot anomalies and potential threats in their earliest stages.
As a key transport hub, Birmingham International Airport describes how Darktrace has bolstered its IT security team, by identifying and mitigating cyber-threats as they unfold.
The Drax power station generates 7% of the UK’s power. Martin Sloan, Group Head of Security, explains why machine learning is critical to defend both his corporate network and critical industrial control systems.
“Darktrace grows with you.” Chris Ampofo, Chief Information Security Officer at global financial services firm Ipreo, describes how Darktrace is able to learn what is ‘self’ and defend against ever-evolving threats.
Mike Somers, Information Systems and Security Manager at Open Energi, a British smart grid company, sets out his security challenges.
Energy Saving Trust
Insider and external threats were a major challenge at Energy Saving Trust. Information Technology Manager Glen Haughton explains why.