Avast builds threat detection based on machine learning 

Tuesday 1 September 2015 | 09:25 CET | News
Avast Software is creating a kernel-level mobile security platform and is working with Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, to make the new technology available. Qualcomm Technologies developed Qualcomm Snapdragon Smart Protect to detect and classify zero-day and transformed malware in real time using machine learning-based behavioral analysis, to improve privacy protection and device security. Snapdragon Smart Protect is expected to be available in consumer devices in 2016, in conjunction with the Snapdragon 820 processor. 

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