Hey Alexa? Am I Under Attack?

An Anti-Virus with Artifical Intelligence

As leading industries begin to adopt Artificial Intelligence,
some on the security sector are implementing AI’s potential to protect your network and devices.

Due to constantly mutating varieties of cyber-attacks, it has become increasingly difficult to keep a database of all known variants of malware and viruses circulating the web. With hundreds of new strains of malware merging on a daily basis, the daily “update” and “patch” your infrastructure, firewall, and antivirus protection is no longer sufficient. Security companies simply can’t keep up with the increase of attacks. New players in the security field are looking to Artificial Intelligence to keep companies safe.

Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are using AI to enhance the end users experience, and increase its revenue streams, DarkTrace is using AI to secure networks.

Darktrace is using machine learning to define what “normal” looks like for any network, and after a diagnosis of normal network activity, the device will report on deviations and anomalies in real time. This approach vastly differs from the routine of cataloging prior attacks and attempting to prevent attacks of the same nature. This also opens the door to negate an attack before it technically “exists”; AI can potentially find an attack before is have even been discovered based off of network anomalies.

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For example, if Sue from accounting is discussing financial details or sending sensitive information with an IP address that the system has never seen before, Darktrace will alert the IT admin of the anomaly and offer remediation options. By applying its unique, unsupervised machine learning, Darktrace has identified 63,500 previously unknown threats in over 5,000 networks, including zero-days, insider threats and subtle, stealthy attacks, making it the industry leader in AI Security. 

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