Cybersecurity giant Darktrace reports rapid growth in Canada

Darktrace says there has been an accelerated demand for cyber AI in Canada as organisations seek to protect themselves from sophisticated attacks.

Darktrace, a leading autonomous cyber security AI company, has reported that its Canadian customer base has grown substantially over the last year, as organisations across the country seek to protect themselves from increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.

Significant customer wins in Canada include global retailer Herschel Supply Co., leading Quebec-based brokerage firm Lussier Dale Parizeau (LDP), the City of Sudbury, non-profit United Way of Calgary and Area, and Canucks Sports & Entertainment.

Powered by self-learning Cyber AI, the Darktrace Immune System works by learning the normal ‘pattern of life’ of an organisation and can interrupt in-progress attacks across increasingly complex digital infrastructures, including the cloud, email and home office environments. Organisations across the region have not only embraced AI to understand where threatening activity is happening, but also now trust the technology to stop attacks from evolving within a matter of seconds, before security teams are even at their desks.

“Cybercrime remains the most common threat faced by Canadian organisations of all sizes,” says David Masson, Director of Enterprise Security at Darktrace. “We are living in a new era of silent but deadly cyber-attacks, and increasingly automated threats against businesses and Critical National Infrastructure are no longer a human scale problem. That’s why we are seeing so many organisations turning to Darktrace’s breakthrough Cyber AI technology.”

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