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HP and Deep Instinct have started a collaboration. As part of this, the two companies have launched Sure Sense, a security solution available for the new EliteBook and ZBook laptops. Financial details of the cooperation are not known.

Deep Instinct is an Israeli cybersecurity company, reports Reuters. The company uses the predictive capabilities of deep learning to build a threat prevention platform and network. The company is working on solutions for multiple operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Android, iOS and Chrome OS.

According to Guy Caspi, CEO and co-founder of the Israeli company, his organization now works with HP to protect millions of devices. “Reuters claims that the partnership between Deep Instinct and HP will be worth over $150 million in a few years’ time to Deep Instinct. However, the two companies themselves have not given up on this.

Sure Sense works both online and offline. According to HP, a new type of security was needed, now that more than 350,000 new malware variants are discovered every day. Sure Sense uses artificial intelligence and deep learning to predict and prevent security threats.


HP announced two new EliteBook X360 models on Computex. These are the 1030 with a 13.3-inch screen and the 1040 with a 14-inch display. The models can configure the latest version of Sure View, which is an integrated privacy screen from HP. It now includes a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits on the Full HD touch version.

Both EliteBook models have the same look and number of connections as their predecessors. However, the 1040 G6 will have a battery that should last for 24 hours, provided the Low Power Panel is used. In addition, both laptops get a new keyboard that is twice as quiet as its predecessor. They also have support for WiFi 6.

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