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Darktrace Enters into a Multi-Million-Dollar Deal With Global Leader in Automotive Technology and Electronics
Fremont, CA: Cyber security is a fast-paced industry in which hackers and security providers compete to outwit one another. New threats – and innovative ways to combat them – emerge on a regular basis.
Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, has been selected its Cyber AI technology by one of Europe's largest automotive technology and electronics companies.
Following a competitive evaluation of cyber security solutions, the company chose Darktrace's detect, investigate, and respond products, including its 'autonomous response' product Darktrace Antigena and its Industrial Immune System technology, which covers Operational Technology environments. The AI technology will be implemented in countries across Europe, the Americas, and Asia to help protect over 50,000 devices from a variety of digital threats.
Given its unique ability to recognize novel threats and contain them autonomously across the digital estate, global technology companies increasingly depend on Darktrace's Cyber AI to defend themselves in this new era of pervasive and sophisticated cyber-threats. Darktrace AI detects ransomware in less than a second and detects an attack somewhere in the world every minute.
Earlier this year, one of the world's largest technology companies signed a multimillion-dollar upsell agreement that expanded the deployment of Darktrace AI to cover the email systems of tens of thousands of employees.
"The technology and electronics sectors are significant targets for sophisticated attackers today, whether their motivation is financial gain, IP theft or operational disruption," stated Poppy Gustafsson OBE, CEO of Darktrace. "I am delighted to welcome more market leaders to the Darktrace customer community, as we continue to use the power of Cyber AI to counter novel, aggressive cyber-threats, across the entire digital enterprise – from Operational Technologies through to our email inboxes."