City of Auburn Defends Network with Darktrace AI
Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense, has today announced that the City of Auburn in Washington has deployed the Enterprise Immune System to protect its networks from cyber criminals, and gain visibility of previously unknown network vulnerabilities.
The City of Auburn joins a growing number of pioneering national and regional governments harnessing Darktrace’s powerful AI to defend their people and data, including The Scottish Government, the City of Las Vegas, Livingston County, and Lockyer Valley Regional Council in Australia.
Paul Haugan, Director of Innovation and Technology at the City of Auburn, commented: “Ensuring the security and functionality of a network that serves 80,000 citizens, and protecting sensitive financial data on the City’s multi-million budget, is a task too great for a single security officer. After deploying the Enterprise Immune System, it’s like we have a 24/7 security team. The AI alerts us to threats we would never have known about. For us, deploying Darktrace wasn’t an option; it was a necessity in staying ahead of today’s advanced and unpredictable threats.”
Darktrace is the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense. Created by mathematicians, the Enterprise Immune System uses machine learning and AI algorithms to detect and respond to cyber-threats across diverse digital environments, including cloud and virtualized networks, IoT and industrial control systems. The technology is self-learning and requires no set-up, identifying threats in real time, including zero-days, insiders and stealthy, silent attackers. Named on Fast Company’s ‘World’s Most Innovative Companies’ 2018 ranking, Darktrace is headquartered in San Francisco and Cambridge, UK, and has 650+ employees in over 30 offices worldwide.