Darktrace launches machine learning network protection solution

darktrace machine learning network protection

Darktrace has launched what it says is “a ground-breaking” new product that uses machine learning to allow networks to automatically self-defend.

At the dawn of a new era where machines fight machines and sophisticated attackers are mobilized, Darktrace is the first company in the world to arm the defenders with proven machine learning and mathematics that work without any prior knowledge of attacks, rules or signatures.

With Antigena, Darktrace now spots and inoculates against unknown threats, as they germinate within organizations in real time, says the company.

Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace, says: “The battlefield is the corporate network – we cannot fight the battle on the border anymore. We are living through a new era of threat which is relentless and pernicious – and it’s inside our networks now. Today, we have arrived at new detection that reacts faster than any security team can.”

With over 200 customers and 20 global locations, Darktrace is the fastest growing cyber company in the world and recognized by the World Economic Forum, thanks to its Enterprise Immune System technology:

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