Sensory AI for
Threat Detection and Response
Simplify your security stack
Senseon’s platform approach is like having multiple technologies in one solution
Save time and resources
Lift the burden on overwhelmed security professionals by simplifying the process of investigation
Reduce false positives
Senseon prioritises alerts with meaningful and context-rich information to reduce false positives
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The Senseon platform is a unique and innovative AI-led approach to cyber threat detection. Senseon offers security teams unparalleled visibility across their organisations, allowing for the detection of even the most subtle and complex of cyber attacks. By alerting accurately on genuine threats, Senseon dramatically reduces false positive alerts.
Senseon’s ability to think like a human analyst allows it to not only automate many of the repetitive investigative tasks, but to go beyond the capabilities of traditional tools by detecting advanced threats that bypass their systems. In this way, Senseon helps organisations retain their invaluable people, who find real purpose in the work they do.
The Senseon platform’s all-in-one cyber defence approach replaces the need for multiple tools, meaning companies can simplify their security stacks, saving them time and money. By replacing multiple tools with the Senseon platform, organisations expose malicious actors hiding in the gaps, and are better able to focus on delivering their business objectives.
“We are impressed by the breadth and diversity of the activity that Senseon is able to detect. This strengthens my confidence that our organisation is well protected.”
Paul Grant, IT Solutions Lead
Senseon raises $6.4M to tackle cybersecurity threats with an ‘AI Triangulation’ approach
Darktrace helped pave the way for using artificial intelligence to combat malicious hacking and enterprise security breaches. Now a new U.K. startup founded by an ex-Darktrace executive has raised some funding to take the use of AI in cybersecurity to the next level.
Senseon, which has pioneered a new model that it calls “AI Triangulation” — simultaneously applying artificial intelligence algorithms to oversee, monitor and defend an organization’s network appliances, endpoints and “investigator bots” covering multiple microservices — has raised $6.4 million in seed funding.
David Atkinson — the startup’s CEO and founder who had previously been the commercial director for Darktrace and before that helped pioneer new cybersecurity techniques as an operative at the U.K.’s Ministry of Defense — said that Senseon will use the funding to continue to expand its business both in Europe and the U.S.