British security startup Darktrace has nabbed Andrew France, the former head of the UK government security snoops at GCHQ, as its chief executive. "We are delighted to welcome Andrew to the team," said Darktrace's chief operating officer Stephen Huxter in a canned statement. "Andrew's experience of national cyber operations and …
He has a LinkedIn account.
Andy France OBE IEng MIET
Chief Executive Officer at Darktrace.
Keep your head down. Works for me too.
Former GCHQ Staffer?
You _never_ leave GCHQ!
"...judging by the descriptions a deployment will likely be an agent-based approach that sees a multitude of software agents slurp low-level information from across a company's gear."
Just as well that this company is composed of such Sterling Chaps.
Advanced Vapourware ..... a nice little earner
Darktrace's approach uses a marketing term
technologycalled "Behavioral Cyber Defense" which uses some complex boffin-tastic Bayesian inference and machine learning approaches to process data and spot net-nasties.
And a sub-prime candidate and suitable case for grooming, for all such inference engines only give a second and third party opinion on a possible first party action. The smarter targeted bilk the system to present a false trail for novel tools to follow.
To suggest, against such competition/opposition, a future likelihood be a certain probability is impure raw fiction with no base in fact.
Not the country then? Good. They didn't fall for the big wooden rabbit. GCHQ still has a chance.
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