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Cybersecurity

Digital transformation has changed the way we live and work. And for many of us, tech is such an important part of our daily lives that it would be difficult to exist without it. It’s a reflection of how far we’ve come in trusting the technology that we use. When we bring new connected devices […]

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Whitepaper from Darktrace GRAB YOUR FREE COPY HERE Darktrace’s cyber AI platform protects cloud and SaaS environments from external attacks and insider threats. It provides real-time visibility to the cloud, and is compatible with all major cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. This product overview gives you insights into how Darktrace’s […]

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Whitepaper from Darktrace DOWNLOAD NOW Darktrace Cloud delivers Darktrace’s world-leading cyber-threat detection and real-time visibility to the cloud, and is compatible with all major cloud providers, including AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. This white paper examines the security gaps that Darktrace’s platform fills using machine learning and AI. By learning the full extent […]

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Case Study from Darktrace GET YOUR FREE COPY HERE A Dubai-based logistics provider to the oil industry, Tristar needed a cyber defense solution which was able to scale and adapt to their fast-growing business. Darktrace Antigena gives Tristar the threat detection and autonomous response capacities to protect its sensitive customer data and operational systems. Darktrace […]

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Plexal, home to many up-and-coming startups in London, has been chosen by the UK government to run the Cyber Innovation Centre, which will support many later-stage cybersecurity startups as they scale up.

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Cyber-attacks are the top business concern for those companies located in Europe, East Asia and North America, a wide-ranging survey from the World Economic Forum has revealed. Over 12,000 business people from 140 countries were polled for the report, named “Regional Risks for Doing Business 2018” which found that cyber-attacks were, globally, the fifth biggest concern for businesses, up three places from eighth last year. However, in Europe, Eastern Asia — China, Japan and Korea — and North America, it jumped to first, showing how the world’s most advanced economies think this a larger concern compared to unemployment or underemployment, which was the biggest concern globally.

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June 2020

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