Darktrace co-founder discusses the future of cybersecurity

One of the cofounders of the tight-lipped cybersecurity firm Darktrace peeled back some of the secrecy around the company today at TechCrunch Disrupt London, describing how investor Mike Lynch brokered a meeting between Cambridge mathematicians and spies at the British intelligence agency GCHQ to found the company. Lynch, who is currently embroiled in a lawsuit and countersuit with Hewlett-Packard over its acquisition of his company Autonomy in 2011, introduced the spies to mathematicians at Cambridge. Read more: techcrunch.com