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Darktrace Antigena: The Machine Fights Back

by DarktraceSep 29, 2016

Today's threats are moving faster than ever, with automated attacks deployed that are impossible to keep up with manually. But with advances in machine learning, self-defending networks are no longer a thing of the future. Learn in this data sheet how Darktrace's automatic response technology, Antigena, 'fights back' in real time against cyber-threats, helping security teams to buy back time.

Detecting the Threat Within: The Real Challenge of Insider Threat

by DarktraceSep 29, 2016

Insider threat is still a major concern - and a number one cause for threat incidents. This white paper explains why training and best practice is not always good enough in an age of interconnected businesses, sophisticated threats and porous network boundaries. Learn why a new approach is required to understand what is going on inside your organization and spot insider incidents - whether malicious or non-malicious.

Darktrace Discoveries: Global Threat Case Studies 2016

by DarktraceSep 29, 2016

Six 2016 real-world case studies are described, where threat scenarios have been uncovered using Enterprise Immune System technology - from IOT hacks to insider incidents. This report describes the abnormal behavior Darktrace found in each case study - which went unnoticed by legacy security tools - and how the threat was able to be mitigated at an early stage.

Machine Learning: A Higher Level of Automation

by DarktraceSep 29, 2016

Machine learning has become a buzzword in the industry - but in reality, it is hard to get it working properly, at scale. This white paper discusses why automation is critical to the new phase in cyber defense, and how unsupervised machine learning is transforming the challenge of detecting subtle signs of compromise. Learn how Darktrace's unsupervised machine learning filters out the noise of busy and complex networks, helping security teams focus on genuine threats.

Nothing Kills Attacks Earlier Than DNS-Layer Network Security

by OpenDNSSep 29, 2016

Similar to Amazon learning from shopping patterns to suggest the next purchase, or Pandora learning from music listening patterns to play the next song, OpenDNS learns from Internet activity patterns to identify attacker infrastructure being staged for the next threat.

Enterprise Mobile: The New Threat Vector

by AppthoritySep 28, 2016

Appthority's White Paper, Enterprise Mobile: The New Threat Vector delves into how employees' mobile devices are undermining your enterprise security efforts. Mobile devices are in fact a silent enabler for ever more successful breaches. Because risky apps on mobile devices leak private data that can be leveraged for spear-phishing or watering hole attacks, and risky apps also send sensitive corporate data to cloud storage or remote servers in locations such as China and Eastern Europe, it may

Addressing Mobile App Risk: Why Network Traffic Analysis Isn't Enough

by AppthoritySep 28, 2016

Appthority's White Paper, Addressing Mobile App Risk: Why Network Traffic Analysis Isn't Enough identifies key factors that illustrate why enterprises need to go beyond network perimeter security to incorporate mobile security.
Today's enterprise environments is mobile. Forward thinking CISOs and their teams are realizing that, as mobile is increasingly the way we work and play, having a mobile security strategy is as necessary as simply having a security strategy. Soon, in fact, there

Enterprise Mobile Threat Update: Q3 2016

by AppthoritySep 28, 2016

The mobile threat landscape continues to evolve and the Appthority Enterprise Mobile Threat Team monitors trends and important developments in its quarterly threat updates. This quarter's update highlights a growing concern among enterprises around new breeds of mobile threats and shares insights on how changes in app store policies may be affecting the security of applications in enterprise environments.

In this update, we review two major vulnerability types surfacing in Android

5 Signs You Need a Mobile Security Game Plan

by AppthoritySep 28, 2016

Mobile security is on everyone's to do list, but when do you know it's time for your enterprise to have a mobile security game plan? Appthority tackles that question in its lates eBook, 5 Signs You Need a Mobile Security Game Plan.

As mobile devices are used in enterprise environments more often and more extensively, the potential for mobile attacks and the risks to both corporate and personal data continue to increase. Privacy is also at risk as employees are targeted as a means to

Hiding in Plain Sight: How a CASB with UBA Unmasks Insider Threats in the Cloud

by PalerraSep 27, 2016

According to IBM's 2015 Cyber Security Intelligence Index, 55% of cyber attacks were due to insiders. Yet, CISOs frequently overlook internal actors and instead focus on protecting their cloud services against external attackers - leaving a huge security gap.

How do you close that gap? Download our white paper to learn how you can implement a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) with built-in User Behavior Analytics (UBA) to thwart insider threats before they become costly and public



Appthority, the global leader in enterprise mobile threat protection, delivers proactive visibility into mobile risk starting with the most comprehensive mobile application analysis available.


Named 'Best Security Company of the Year' in the Info Security Products Guide 2016, Darktrace is one of the world's leading cyber threat defense companies. Its Enterprise Immune System technology detects and responds to previously unidentified threats, powered by machine learning and mathematics developed by specialists from the University of Cambridge. Without using rules or signatures, Darktrace is uniquely capable of understanding the 'pattern of life' of every device, user and network within an organization, and defends against evolving threats that bypass all other systems. Some of the world's largest corporations rely on Darktrace's self-learning technology in sectors including energy and utilities, financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and transportation. Darktrace is headquartered in Cambridge, UK and San Francisco, with offices in Auckland, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Mumbai, New York, Paris, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington D.C.


From the beginning it has been our mission to provide a safer, better, and faster internet browsing experience for all OpenDNS users. Our fundamental focus on delivering rock-solid and lightning fast DNS services drove us to build the global infrastructure which now fuels our cutting edge security intelligence and enforcement platform. Early innovations included leveraging DNS technology to enhance users' security and improve control over their networks.


Founded in 2013, Palerra was the first Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) to automate the entire security lifecycle, from threat detection to remediation, in order to effectively combat cyber crime and keep enterprises secure. Palerra is a privately held company backed by Norwest Venture Partners, Wing Venture Capital, and August Capital.