Ex-GCHQ-run Darktrace “diagnoses” sick computers and cures them

Darktrace is the seventh in Telegraph Tech’s Startup Saturday series. Every week, we will be profiling a British entrepreneur or startup inventing world-first products or solving gnarly problems using innovative tech. Tweet us at @TelegraphTech with your suggestions. Cyber defence startup Darktrace diagnoses threats to a company’s computer systems, just like a developing cold. Its threat detection system doesn’t just look for outsiders trying to break in – it also hunts down viruses that are already in your network. “I can build a wall of armour and make sure it’s really strong,” said Emily Orton, co-founder of cyber security startup Darktrace. But “the reality is that you have threats inside your organisations, your network, whether that’s human threats or digital threats, they are going to be inside your network.” Emily Orton co-founded Darktrace with a team of mathematicians from the University…


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