When the human immune system is faced with a new threat, not only can it detect it, but it produces antibodies that bind to it, and ultimately neutralize it. Now, through advanced AI and machine learning, Darktrace Antigena brings this automatic response capability to the network, acting on cyber threats in real-time, before they can do damage. Darktrace's Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, leads a conversation on how digital antibodies can react to threats, and how, in an age of attacks moving at machine speeds, security teams can keep pace.
Every month, Darktrace is finding attacks across our customer base that go unseen by traditional defenses and leverage modern methods to infiltrate networks. By learning a sense of self in the network, Darktrace is able to find the stealthy threats that are becoming more constant in cyber-attacks and bypassing legacy tools. Darktrace’s Director of Cyber Analysis, Andrew Tsonchev, examines real-world examples of some of the novel and unique attacks detected by Darktrace in the past month, and how they were discovered.
As digitization has taken hold, and IT and OT networks have converged, traditional defenses have fallen behind modern attacks. Nation states and other threat groups have been turning their sights on critical infrastructure and ICS systems, leading to damaging attacks on industrial plants, power stations, and other OT environments. As these attacks continue to increase, it is clear that a self-learning approach is needed, using machine learning.
Cloud adoption is increasing as rapidly as ever, and as businesses rush to reap the benefits of SaaS applications and cloud platforms, security is often forgotten. In order to protect their networks and data, firms must ensure that the same level of security they apply to physical environments can extend to the cloud. Darktrace's Principal Consultant, Andrew Tsonchev, leads an in-depth discussion on the challenges of cloud security and how Darktrace's approach can help firms stay secure across any environment.
Advances in artificial intelligence are leading to developments in cyber-attack technology, making threats faster and more sophisticated than ever. Darktrace’s Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, examines this challenge and explain why immune system technology, powered by unsupervised machine learning, will be critical in the future of cyber defense.
Darktrace's Director of Cyber Intelligence, Justin Fier, provides an in-depth discussion on today's threat landscape and how four unique attacks were detected by immune system technology.
This webinar is about self-learning cyber defense, and how ‘immune system’ technology can detect novel threats inside the network. In this session, we will also hear how Will Bailey, Head of IT at Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County, used Darktrace to catch an in-progress ransomware attack, within minutes of infiltration.