The Darktrace Immune System is the world’s leading autonomous cyber defence platform.
Its award-winning Cyber AI protects your workforce and data from sophisticated attackers, by detecting, investigating and responding to cyber-threats in real time — wherever they strike.
Darktrace is the world’s leading cyber AI company and the creator of Autonomous Response technology.
Its self-learning AI is modelled on the human immune system and used by over 4,500 organisations to protect against threats to the cloud, email, IoT, networks and industrial systems. This includes insider threat, industrial espionage, IoT compromises, zero-day malware, data loss, supply chain risk and long-term infrastructure vulnerabilities.
The company has more than 1,500 employees, 44 offices and headquarters in San Francisco and Cambridge, UK. Every three seconds, Darktrace AI fights back against a cyber threat, preventing it from causing damage.
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