G Data Software has announced a new business security portfolio called Business LineUp 14.2. The solutions provide protection based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, VM Security and multi-client functionality.
G Data Business Solutions 14.2 uses DeepRay technology to detect camouflaged malware faster than traditional security solutions, the company argues. The technology uses AI and is based on a self-learning system that detects camouflage malware directly on the computer. As a result, cybercriminals can no longer get away with adjusting the disguise of malware, but have to rewrite the malware itself.
The technique uses a neural network consisting of different platforms to identify and analyse suspicious processes. The network also uses an algorithm that is constantly trained through adaptive learning and the expertise of G DATA analysts. Different types of executable files are classified according to different indicators, including the relationship between file size and executable code.
If a file turns out to be suspicious, a deep analysis is carried out in the memory of the corresponding process. It identifies patterns that can be associated with known malware families or malicious behavior.
Also new in Business Solutions 14.2 is VM Security. According to G Data, it is not always easy for IT administrators to manage antivirus solutions because of the many resources required to implement update suit. VM Security should help by protecting virtual environments via a remote scanning server. A signature-less Light Agent is also used on every virtual client, including all G Data technologies such as DeepRay and AntiRansomware.
Users save on hardware and maintenance costs by only outsourcing signature-based scanning processes to the scanning server. VM Security also supports Microsoft HyperV and VMware vSphere virtualization platforms.
Finally, G Data has built multi-client functionality into managed endpoint security and endpoint protection business solutions. This means that security solutions for multiple customers or branches can be managed by a single organisation. This should save time and storage capacity.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.