How Avast uses big data and machine learning to protect you
Far from sci-fi depictions, artificial intelligence – through machine learning algorithms and big data – is key to defusing today's evolving cyberthreats.
Defeating today’s – and tomorrow's – cybercriminals requires man and machine to collaborate, intelligently. This is the heart of next-gen cybersecurity.
Cybercrooks could easily watch people in private and public spaces via webcams, stream the video directly to the internet, or turn the device into a bot.
Based on analysis of past Locky ransomware attacks, experts in the Avast Threat Labs predict that another attack is imminent.
You may have wondered where Cryptolocker or Heartbleed came from, and why. And does every virus and vulnerability get a name?
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Avast Threat Labs has discovered a new Hungarian ransomware sample that is imitating Locky.