In its most recent Executive Spotlight interview, ExecutiveBiz spoke with Sally Kenyon Grant, vice president of federal at Darktrace, to discuss the launch of the company’s government-focused business as well as the new markets to tap into in an effort to drive growth in 2022 and beyond. She also talked about self-learning artificial intelligence and latest technology trends that federal agencies are looking to implement.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Kenyon Grant detailing her strategic goals for the year:
“Darktrace Federal is a new division of Darktrace that started in March of this year… We aim to sit down with U.S. national security leaders, who most likely know us by name and reputation, and introduce them to capabilities we are deploying to serve the U.S. in tackling some of our biggest cyber-challenges across all government sectors.
Within the coming year, we are focused on serving the U.S. Department of Defense, the intelligence community, federal civilian agencies, and critical national infrastructure to strengthen their defenses with self-learning AI.
A significant part of this effort includes going through all the necessary steps to verify and validate our current compliance and auditing requirements. It may also involve some additional internal work in DevSecOps.”
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