Waikato-based network probe developer Endace is partnering withDarktrace to discover cyber attacks in progress.
Theallows organisations to record network traffic and conduct in-depth investigations by rapidly searching across petabytes of data for packets of interest.
In addition to hosting Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System on the same hardware platform, organisations can also host a range of security and performance monitoring analytics solutions, including other Endace Fusion Partner offerings, open-source or custom applications.
Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System learns the "pattern of life" for every device and user across the digital infrastructure, using this to detect deviations from normal and respond in real time.
“The integration with Darktrace enables organisations to deploy cyber AI defence wherever they have an EndaceProbe,” said Stuart Wilson, CEO of Endace.
"It gives IT teams definitive, packet-level evidence that lets them take decisive action in response to early-stage cyber threats revealed by Darktrace, putting defenders back on the offensive and enabling them to stay ahead of cyber threats."
Last month, Endace launched a new, ultra-high-capacity 9200 Series EndaceProbe Analytics Platform that can record more than a petabyte of network traffic at a sustained 40Gbit/s.
Organisations are facing an increasing barrage of both fast and stealthy cyber-attacks, said Dave Palmer, director of technology at Darktrace.
“With Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System technology and EndaceProbe’s network recording and hosting, our mutual customers can now easily benefit from AI-powered detection and autonomous response to attacks as well as the highest quality of forensic data as they battle to protect their data and systems," Wilson added.