Snapdragon to use machine learning to fight malware

01 September 2015 The forthcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor will feature a machine learning based approach said to support ‘accurate and effective detection’ of zero day malware threats. Called Snapdragon Smart Protect, the approach is also said to be the first application to use Qualcomm Zeroth technology, in which conventional anti malware solutions are augmented using an advanced cognitive computing behavioural engine. The forthcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor will feature a machine learning based approach said to support ‘accurate and effective detection’ of zero day malware threats. Called Snapdragon Smart Protect, the approach is also said to be the first application to use Qualcomm Zeroth technology, in which conventional anti malware solutions are augmented using an advanced cognitive computing behavioural engine. “With consumers storing more personal information on their devices,…


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