Dell Goes Proactive in Endpoint Security by Adding Cylance

Cylance’s security package, already in use by a number of government agencies, has been charted to stop a whopping 99 percent of malware and advanced persistent threats. Dell on Nov. 17 added a new option to its endpoint security arsenal when it announced a collaboration deal with Cylance, a cybersecurity software startup that uses artificial intelligence to proactively prevent, rather than reactively detect, advanced persistent threats and malware.Cylance’s Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise combines authentication, encryption and advanced threat protection into a single-control security suite, something none of the major IT providers currently have.It protects against the execution of advanced persistent threats and malware, including zero-day attacks, scripting attacks and targeted attacks such as spear phishing and ransomware, founder and CEO Stuart McClure told eWEEK.Dell Software, which plugs some big gaps…

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