BT has selected Darktrace to protect its customers from potential cyber threats. Darktrace will deliver next generation cyber threat detection and intelligence services to the global market.
Under the deal, Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System is offered to BT’s customers as both an integrated product and as a managed security services.
Darktrace will also be built into BT’s own enterprise security defenses to protect internal assets.
The Enterprise Immune System technology delivers intelligence based security to organizations and security analyst.
BT offers analysis and threat intelligence to global security market. BT’s cyber defense architecture empowers security operations center analyst to regain the advantage by giving the information needed to better understand their own data environments, enabling them to monitor and mitigate the actions of sophisticated attackers as they happen.
The collaboration between BT and Darktrace represents a significant step forward in today’s business challenge of protecting data systems and corporate information assets, allowing organizations to proactively respond to a range of cyber threats.
Meanwhile, Darktrace and Paybay partnered to integrate their technology platforms, in order to strengthen the security of Paybay’s digital payment systems and services. The agreement includes installation of Darktrace’s flagship Enterprise Immune System technology.
“Darktrace’s approach to cyber security aligns and complements our own. The additions to our Assure portfolio will strength our ability to defend BT and our customers against advanced cyber threats,” said Mark Hughes, president of BT Security.
In 2014, Virgin Trains has deployed Darktrace’s mathematics driven Enterprise Immune System technology to help deliver next generation cyber intelligence and advanced threat detection.