Microsoft is preparing security with AI for Windows Defender

Η announced the acquisition of Hexadite, a Boston-based company that works with researchers from Tel Aviv, Israel. The company focuses specifically on the development of automated case management and systems recovery solutions.

If at first reading your company's expertise sounds like a nuclear science degree, what Microsoft plans to do with this acquisition is improve Windows Advanced Threat Protection με αυτόματες δυνατότητες διερεύνησης και αποκατάστασης που χρησιμοποιούν την τεχνητή νοημοσύνη, με την of Hexadite.Microsoft

Microsoft's ultimate goal is to provide improved security in Windows 10, strengthen it from zero-day attacks, ransomware and other cyberthreats other than malware and whose is usually based on old detection methods.

The entire Hexadite team will be hired by Microsoft and the company will be integrated into the Windows and Devices Group, which will mean emphasizing the improvement of security features in Windows 10.

"Our vision is to deliver a new generation of security capabilities to our customers to protect, detect and respond to the ever-evolving and ever-changing cyberthreat landscape," said Terry , executive vice president of Microsoft's Windows and Devices Group.

"Hexadite technology and talent will enhance our existing capabilities and enable us to add new tools and services to Microsoft's powerful business security solutions."

Now that they have seen the "powerful security solutions" I personally do not know; perhaps with the addition of new technologies such as the one mentioned above Windows users can enjoy a more secure environment.

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