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3 November, 2016 - 10:46 By Tony Quested

Increasing global buy-in to Darktrace’s ecosystem

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Cambridge UK cyber defence specialist Darktrace is accelerating buy-in to its enterprise immune system technology through a rapidly expanding global partnership programme.

Its ARM-stye partner ecosystem now features more than 270 certified organisations involved in finance and other data sensitive industries.

The programme hastens engagement between Darktrace as the solutions provider and organisations vulnerable to cyber terrorism and therefore mitigates a significant element of risk.

Darktrace reports an average sign-up of 20 new partners per month and says its self-learning technology is in exceptionally high demand with the reseller and value-added services community.

Recent customers include: American Hotel Register through US partner Sayers; a world-leading European hedge fund through Vesper; United World College of SE Asia (UWCSEA) through Accel Systems & Technologies, and BH Global Corporation Ltd through Athena Dynamics, in Asia-Pacific.

Miles Feinberg, vice-president at partner Synoptek said: “Demand to include Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System within our managed security services is very high as it allows us to quickly zero in on anomalies within our customer base.

“Machine learning is critical to addressing the challenge that all businesses face today of protecting against increasingly sophisticated threats.”

Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan added: “The success of our global partner programme is another indication of the fundamental need to use machine learning and mathematics to address the cyber security challenge today.

“Darktrace is the only self-learning cyber defence solution on the market. We are proud to welcome so many partners to our programme and extend the reach of this powerful innovation.”

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