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Machine learning approach for advanced threat hunting

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 February 2, 2018

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

In today’s fast-changing world, the cyber threat landscape is getting increasingly complex and signature-based systems are falling behind to protect endpoints. All major security solutions are built with layered security models to protect endpoints from today’s advanced threats. Machine learning-based detection is also becoming an inevitable component of these layered...

The persistent threat of PC malware: Top Windows malware families of 2012

 January 9, 2013

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

2012 has seen various malware threats and international cyberespionage tools evolve to new heights. However, the PC still remains the most accessible device for invading homes and planting malware. The number and nature of malware received by the Quick Heal Research & Development Labs in 2012 highlighted this fact. The...

The “What, How and Why?” of Machine learning in Quick Heal 2013

 September 3, 2012

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

An enhanced scan engine is one of the primary features of Quick Heal 2013. The engine is now smaller in size (almost 1/10th) and utilizes adaptable machine learning capabilities to detect potential threats. This not only increases the security of the device but it also reduces the resource load to...