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Cyber cleaning at the speed of a machine

Darktrace uses artificial intelligence to help businesses wash out those troublesome security issues, co-founder Poppy Gustafsson tells Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
20th October, 2019
Poppy Gustafsson: ‘We realised we couldn’t just be another tool’Bryan Meade

Poppy Gustafsson has the insights she gained while working with an investment company to thank for inspiring her to start her own business. A mathematician turned accountant, she was in the room with her boss when hopeful entrepreneurs came looking for funding.

It gave her, she said, an insight into the kind of people who were seeking money. There were what she called “the spooks”, those with state-level intelligence backgrounds who could see certain issues...

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