And then there was Cylance: In discussion about machine learning & cybersecurity

Cylance is an innovator, and they realise one thing most cybersecurity providers don’t – most new malware is just a variant of everything currently on the scene. With that in mind, and with so many different combinations of the same thing, the question becomes: how do you manage this massive amount of data? Andy Solterbeck, Cylance regional director, talks to Techday about how the system works, and why organisations should not rely purely on traditional anti-malware approaches. Cylance has been well-established globally, and just over five months in Australia. In that time, it has gained forty customers already. So what do they do and how do they do it?Cylance uses a substantial database that uses predictive engines to actively analyse threats in the Cylance labs, looking for common attributes. Machine learning…


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