Deep-Learning-Backed Security Tools Are the Next Step on the Path To More Secure Federal Endpoints

As the internet of things continues to mature and workforces become more mobile, hackers and other malicious actors now find themselves in a world with a wealth of endpoints to exploit. This proliferation of endpoints can more difficult than ever for agencies and IT teams to pinpoint and to respond to attacks.

In fact, malware intelligence is on the rise, growing in “intensity, significance and malice,” HP Federal Chief Technology Officer Tommy Gardner wrote earlier this year. By finding new entry points, attackers are opening the floodgates for malware to incorporate “Zero-Day” attacks, the term used to describe the threat of an unknown security vulnerability in computer software or application for which IT teams have not yet released patches, or have missed entirely.


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