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Darktrace’s serverless architecture achieves AWS Foundational Technical Review recognition

Darktrace has achieved a new recognition from AWS in respect of its serverless architecture and cloud native capabilities, having undergone a Foundational Technical Review.

user icon Nastasha Tupas
Wed, 13 Oct 2021
Darktrace’s serverless architecture achieves AWS Foundational Technical Review recognition
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Following the Foundational Technical Review, AWS has accredited Darktrace technology with an official "Reviewed by AWS” badge. The Foundational Technical Review aims to verify that organisations have implemented measures to provide best-in-class security, reliability and operational excellence.

AWS has also granted Darktrace a ‘Well-Architected’ badge, validating Darktrace’s high-performance, secure and resilient infrastructure for customer applications and workloads. This further strengthens the collaboration between Darktrace and AWS, which allows joint customers to benefit from self-learning AI via AWS cloud services.

Dave Palmer, chief product officer at Darktrace has confirmed that building on the collaboration with AWS is designed to extend the self-learning AI to AWS environments, and the autonomous response capabilities to include AWS Lambda.

“Darktrace and AWS customers benefit from innovative threat detection, response and investigation capabilities, protecting their infrastructures from novel threats or latent vulnerabilities that some other security tools miss,” Palmer added.

Darktrace’s serverless architecture aims to enable automatic deployment and scaling within cloud workloads in response to traffic loads – drastically reducing friction and automating manual processes. The company's self-learning AI technology for cloud environments is continually innovating and its autonomous response technology is now designed to natively support AWS Lambda, to allow increased flexibility and custom workflows to suit individual customer needs.

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Nastasha Tupas

Nastasha Tupas

Nastasha is a Journalist at Momentum Media, she reports extensively across veterans affairs, cyber security and geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific. She is a co-author of a book titled The Stories Women Journalists Tell, published by Penguin Random House. Previously, she was a Content Producer at Verizon Media, a Digital Producer for Yahoo! and Channel 7, a Digital Journalist at Sky News Australia, as well as a Website Manager and Digital Producer at SBS Australia. Nastasha started her career in media as a Video Producer and Digital News Presenter at News Corp Australia.

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