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Singaporean Non-Profit Defends Digital Estate with Darktrace AI

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April 24, 2019

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Singaporean Non-Profit Defends Digital Estate with Darktrace AI

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April 24, 2019

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defense, has today announced that Singaporean social service organization, AWWA, has deployed Darktrace across its digital infrastructure.

AWWA offers services to over 10,000 people with special educational and social needs, ranging from intervention programs for pre-schoolers, to health and social assistance for vulnerable seniors. The organization is thus tasked with securing highly sensitive client data and critical business operations. AWWA joins a growing number of not-for-profit organizations strengthening their defenses with Darktrace’s cyber AI, including International Baccalaureate, YMCA LA, and the Church of England.

Jonathan Koh, IT Manager, commented: “Data loss, whether caused accidentally by an employee, or maliciously by criminals, is a huge concern. Like most non-profit organizations, we have a lean IT team and keeping abreast of every evolving security risk is nearly impossible. Darktrace’s self-learning AI never sleeps. The technology constantly spots and stops developing threats across our digital infrastructure, without disrupting the crucial services we provide.”

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About Darktrace

Darktrace is the world’s leading machine learning company for cyber security. Created by mathematicians from the University of Cambridge, the Enterprise Immune System uses AI algorithms to automatically detect and take action against cyber-threats within all types of networks, including physical, cloud and virtualized networks, as well as IoT and industrial control systems. A self-configuring platform, Darktrace requires no prior set-up, identifying advanced threats in real time, including zero-days, insiders and stealthy, silent attackers. Headquartered in San Francisco and Cambridge, UK, Darktrace has 24 offices worldwide.