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Named ‘Best Security Company of the Year’ in the Info Security Products Guide 2015, Darktrace is one of the world’s leading cyber threat defense companies. Its Enterprise Immune System technology detects previously unidentified threats in real time, powered by machine learning and mathematics developed at the University of Cambridge, which analyze the behavior of every device, user and network within an organization. Some of the world’s largest corporations rely on Darktrace’s self-learning appliance in sectors including energy and utilities, financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and transportation.Specialties: Cyber security, Cyber defense, Information security, Intelligence, Information technology, Machine learning.

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BRITISH SECURITY BIZ DARKTRACE GETS $22M CASH INJECTION

Infosecurity Magazine | July 24, 2015

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British cybersecurity success story Darktrace is filling its coffers with even more cash after announcing over $22m in series B funding from veteran equity firm Summit Partners. The latest cash injection means that the self-styled leader in ‘Enterprise Immune System’ technology now has $16bn to its name and is valued at around $100m. Summit Partners has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to investing in cybersecurity companies. Previous investments include Postini –...

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UK CYBER SECURITY BIZ DARKTRACE WINS $18M TO TAP APAC

Infosecurity Magazine | March 20, 2015

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UK threat defense firm Darktrace, backed by Autonomy co-founder Mike Lynch, has secured another $18m from investors in a move which it says will help it expand into Asia Pacific. The self-titled “leader in Enterprise Immune System technology” said investors include Invoke Capital, Talis Capital, Hoxton Ventures and private individuals – with the latest round of funding valuing the firm at an impressive $80m. The company is on an impressive growth path, having deployed technolog...

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DARKTRACE CO-FOUNDER DISCUSSES THE FUTURE OF CYBERSECURITY

TechCrunch | December 05, 2016

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One of the co-founders of the tight-lipped cybersecurity firm Darktrace peeled back some of the secrecy around the company today at TechCrunch Disrupt London, describing how investor Mike Lynch brokered a meeting between Cambridge mathematicians and spies at the British intelligence agency GCHQ to found the company. Lynch, who is currently embroiled in a lawsuit and countersuit with Hewlett-Packard over its acquisition of his company Autonomy in 2011, introduced the spies to mathematicians at Ca...

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DARKTRACE AUTOMATES NETWORK SECURITY THROUGH MACHINE LEARNING

Darktrace | January 05, 2017

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Darktrace co-founder Poppy Gustafsson recently predicted, at TechCrunch Disrupt London, that malicious actors will increasingly use artificial intelligence to create more sophisticated spearphishing attacks. Criminals are just as capable of using artificial intelligence as those trying to thwart them, according to security vendor ESET‘s 2017 trends report, with “next-gen” security marketers throwing around the buzzwords “machine learning,” “behavioral analysis...

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BRITISH SECURITY BIZ DARKTRACE GETS $22M CASH INJECTION

Infosecurity Magazine | July 24, 2015

British cybersecurity success story Darktrace is filling its coffers with even more cash after announcing over $22m in series B funding from veteran equity firm Summit Partners. The latest cash injection means that the self-styled leader in ‘Enterprise Immune System’ technology now has $16bn to its name and is valued at around $100m. Summit Partners has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to investing in cybersecurity companies. Previous investments include Postini –...

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UK CYBER SECURITY BIZ DARKTRACE WINS $18M TO TAP APAC

Infosecurity Magazine | March 20, 2015

UK threat defense firm Darktrace, backed by Autonomy co-founder Mike Lynch, has secured another $18m from investors in a move which it says will help it expand into Asia Pacific. The self-titled “leader in Enterprise Immune System technology” said investors include Invoke Capital, Talis Capital, Hoxton Ventures and private individuals – with the latest round of funding valuing the firm at an impressive $80m. The company is on an impressive growth path, having deployed technolog...

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DARKTRACE CO-FOUNDER DISCUSSES THE FUTURE OF CYBERSECURITY

TechCrunch | December 05, 2016

One of the co-founders of the tight-lipped cybersecurity firm Darktrace peeled back some of the secrecy around the company today at TechCrunch Disrupt London, describing how investor Mike Lynch brokered a meeting between Cambridge mathematicians and spies at the British intelligence agency GCHQ to found the company. Lynch, who is currently embroiled in a lawsuit and countersuit with Hewlett-Packard over its acquisition of his company Autonomy in 2011, introduced the spies to mathematicians at Ca...

Read More
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DARKTRACE AUTOMATES NETWORK SECURITY THROUGH MACHINE LEARNING

Darktrace | January 05, 2017

Darktrace co-founder Poppy Gustafsson recently predicted, at TechCrunch Disrupt London, that malicious actors will increasingly use artificial intelligence to create more sophisticated spearphishing attacks. Criminals are just as capable of using artificial intelligence as those trying to thwart them, according to security vendor ESET‘s 2017 trends report, with “next-gen” security marketers throwing around the buzzwords “machine learning,” “behavioral analysis...

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