Artificial intelligence fueled cyber security firm Cylance targets Australian launch

Australians will soon be fighting fire with fire, as artificial intelligence cyber security firm Cylance prepares to open its doors in Sydney. iStock   Australians will soon be fighting fire with fire, as artificial intelligence cyber security firm Cylance prepares to open up operations in Sydney. The US company recently raised $US42 million ($58 million) in Series C funding in order to step up the sales and marketing of its self-learning software, which it is pitching as an alternative to traditional “signature” anti-virus scanning. Speaking to The Australian Financial Review during a flying visit to Sydney, Cylance chief executive Stuart McClure said Australia’s rapid take-up of new technologies made it a natural jumping off point for the company’s expansion in Asia. Cylance chief executive Stuart McClure said Australia’s rapid take-up…


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