Darktrace Showcases Behavioral Cyber Defense at Cyber Security Summit 2013 in London
Darktrace exhibited at the Cyber Security Summit 2013 today, a conference attended by some of the most influential minds in the online security sector. The event, which took place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, allows organizations to exchange insights into cyber security and discuss developments in cyber policy.
As an exhibitor at the event, Darktrace presented its flagship platform, Darktrace Cyber Intelligence Platform (DCIP). DCIP is based on revolutionary technology known as Behavioral Cyber Defense, which utilizes a pioneering form of Bayesian mathematics developed at Cambridge University. Darktrace's cutting-edge technology is uniquely capable of spotting both insider and external threats, by analyzing behavioral patterns in information in real time and detecting 'unknown unknown' threats.
Senior members of Darktrace attended the conference and demonstrated Darktrace's intelligence-led, threat monitoring tool, the Darktrace Threat Visualizer. The Threat Visualizer provides threat analysts and C-level executives with an outstanding visual overview of an organization's global activity and threat level, allowing them to observe and interrupt emerging threats from within the network and reduce risk proportionally.