With 350,000 malware discoveries daily, HP creates partnership to combat cyberattacks

HP has partnered with Israeli cybersecurity firm Deep Instinct to stop the spread of cyberattacks, according to Reuters.

The two companies confirmed May 28 that they will be launching HP Sure Sense, a program designed to prevent advanced cybersecurity attacks. The program works on or offline and will be rolled out on HP's EliteBook and ZBook laptops.

It is estimated that more than 350,000 malware flaws are discovered daily. HP will leverage this partnership to develop a new line of cybersecurity defense. HP Sure Sense incorporates artificial intelligence and deep learning to predict and prevent cyberattacks.

While financial details were not disclosed, an industry source said the deal could be worth more than $150 million over the next few years for Deep Instinct, reports Reuters.

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