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When Darktrace launched in 2013, the world of cybersecurity was an entirely different landscape. “Today, we are used to hearing about artificial intelligence . Six years ago, the idea that you simply couldn’t keep all the bad guys out and that companies needed an AI -powered digital immune system to defend against attacks was radical,” Poppy Gustafsson, co-CEO of Darktrace, tells Growth Quarters. Fast-forward several years and Darktrace has become of the leading players in the cybersecurity space , in part due to Gustafsson going against the worst advice she ever received: Being told not to do something in a certain way because it went against convention. [Read: Reinvest and obsess: How BlaBlaCar became a European tech unicorn ] Full story

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