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Deep Instinct releases ‘deep learning’ for the first time to cybersecurity

deep instincts launches deep learning into cybersecurity

Deep Instinct is a cybersecurity startup that introduced deep learning for the first time into cybersecurity. This solution is launched for macOS and it also rolled out advanced endpoint protection features which are based on deep learning supporting multi-tenancy infrastructures for Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) and additional value-added threat intelligence services.

Deep Instinct CEO Guy Caspi said that improvements will help users get advantage from an omni-cybersecurity platform which identifies, responds and prevents to any know or unknown threat on any device.

 “As the first company to provide deep learning capabilities to cybersecurity, we are well-positioned to arm our customers with the tools they need to combat future threats,” Caspi said.

He added that the recent product has more protection and predictive features to an existing omni-platform to be the most sophisticated deep learning solution.

The firm asserted there are several protection layers which include:

Multi-tenancy will provide MSSPs and multi-brand enterprises with the capabilities to manage all entities from the same instance and management console. With the help of this feature MSSPs and multi-brand enterprises can help entities get more security.

Deep learning support for macOS helps extend deep learning’s accuracy and predictive capabilities to defend macOS to make sure all operating systems and devices are safe.

Threat intelligent services are automated and inform customers about the surrounding events like ransomware and malware that were prohibited.

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