Darktrace develops cybersecurity software for businesses and government agencies that protects clouds, email, networks, Internet of Things and industrial systems by using artificial intelligence to detect and respond to threats.
Darktrace is a private company. Poppy Gustafsson is the CEO of Darktrace and has an approval rating of 84 participants. KKR, 1011 Ventures and Vitruvian Partners are among the investors in Darktrace. Darktrace’s main competitor is Vectra, led by Hitesh Sheth, who is their president and chief executive officer. Darktrace has 2,891 followers.
Darktrace’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Darktrace top competitors include: Vectra, ExtraHop, FireEye, CrowdStrike, Cylance, AT&T Cybersecurity, Awake and Palo Alto Networks.
Together they raised more than 7.3B between their estimated 16.5K employees. Darktrace’s income ranked 6th among its top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors were 616.5M on average. Darktrace has 1,200 employees and is ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. The ten best competitors have an average of 1,828 employees.
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Est. Annual Revenue: $135.5M
Est. Employees: 1,200
Headquarters: Cowley Road Maurice Wilkes Building Cambridge, England CB4 0DS
Vectra is the largest rival of Darktrays. The headquarters of Vectra is located in San Jose, California, and was founded in 2011. Like Darktrace, Vectra also works in the Internet Software space. Vectra brings 14% of Darktrace’s revenue.
ExtraHop is a competitor of Darktrace #2. ExtraHop is a private company that was founded in Seattle, Washington in 2007. Like Darktrace, ExtraHop also operates in the Internet software sector. ExtraHop has 668 fewer employees than Darktrace.
FireEye was one of the main competitors of Darktrace. FireEye is headquartered in Milpitas, California, and was founded in 2004. FireEye works in the field of application software. FireEye generates 675% of Darktrace’s revenue.