Darktrace bolsters machine learning-based security tools to automatically attack threats

Image: Darktrace Darktrace, a cybersecurity startup that uses machine learning to detect threats, announced Wednesday that it had raised $65 million to continue with its plans for global expansion. The company’s software helps IT leaders see emerging threats on computer networks in real time. The company was founded in 2013, and has grown rapidly. At last count, Darktrace boasted 300 employees and more than 1,000 deployments of its Enterprise Immune System technology. What’s more interesting, perhaps, is how it works. SEE: Network Security Policy Template (Tech Pro Research) According to a press release announcing the funding round, Darktrace described what it does as: “Using advanced mathematics and machine learning techniques based on the biological principles of the human immune system.” There are four key products that make up the Darktrace‚Ķ


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