Darktrace: We're not here to get rid of security teams

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Darktrace: We're not here to get rid of security teams
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Darktrace: We're not here to get rid of security teams

Darktrace is seeking to help humans operate at machine speed, says director of analyst operations Alex Marsden

In her presentation at this week's Computing Deskflix Cloud Automation event, Alex Marsden, director of analyst operations at AI-powered cybersecurity vendor Darktrace, outlined the risks posed by ...

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