Full aquisition details from London Stock Exchange available here – 

·    Consideration of €47.5m to be paid in cash and equity

·    Cybersprint’s technology and external data highly complementary to Darktrace product set

·    Additive to Darktrace’s new ‘Prevent’ product suite underpinned by Attack Path Modeling

·    Darktrace gains an additional European R&D Centre based in The Hague, Netherlands

·    Target completion date on or around 1 March, 2022

Cybersprint’s attack surface management data can enrich existing Darktrace Detect and Respond products with external vulnerability data and accelerate the company’s market entry into new areas like proactive AI cyber security. For example, this capability will be introduced as a new module in the Prevent product family, feeding organisation-specific web data to Darktrace’s Attack Path Modeling technology. See additional information on Darktrace’s Prevent Product suite and Attack Path Modeling technology here.

Through this acquisition, Darktrace gains a second European R&D Centre in The Hague, Netherlands, joining forces with its world-class, Cambridge-based mathematicians and software engineers. Cybersprint’s employees bring a deep understanding of how to continuously model real-time internet data as well as ethical hacking expertise.