Darktrace Presents at e-Crime Congress, Paris
Darktrace presented today at the e-Crime Congress in Paris, showcasing its leading cyber defense technology. The event, which took place at the Hôtel du Collectionneur, is the region's largest conference for senior information security decision-makers. Key topics of discussion included strategies for protecting information assets and managing cyber security risks amid a changing threat landscape.
Darktrace's CEO, Andrew France, presented an Education Seminar, which introduced Darktrace's Enterprise Immune System approach to cyber defense. He emphasized the necessity of embracing probability to defend against advanced cyber threats, reconciling the business need for interconnectivity with resilient cyber defense.
Darktrace is a world leader in Enterprise Immune System technology, a new category of cyber defense solutions based on pioneering Bayesian mathematics developed at the University of Cambridge. Darktrace addresses the challenge of insider threat and advanced cyber-attacks through its unique ability to detect previously unidentified threats in real time, as manifested in the emerging behaviors of the network, devices and individuals. Some of the world's largest organizations rely on Darktrace's adaptive, self-learning platform to spot anomalous activity within the enterprise, in sectors including energy and utilities, financial services, telecommunications, retail and transportation. Darktrace was founded by world-class machine learning specialists and operational government intelligence experts. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with offices in London, Milan, New York, Paris, San Francisco and Washington D.C.