Intel took advantage of CES 2021 to present the eleventh generation of Core vPro, its SoC dedicated to professional machines. New features include detection of ransomware and cryptocurrency miners.
This capability is based on “Intel Threat Detection Technology” (TDT), a technology embedded in the SoC that relies on the chip’s telemetry data and a machine learning model to recognize suspicious behavior.
The advantage, according to Intel, is that this technology can perform deep analysis, in layers inaccessible to security software. The latter nevertheless keep their raison d’être, because Core vPro will not directly block the ransomware if detected.
Intel’s platform will generate an alert with the security software installed on the machine which will then decide on the most suitable reaction. This solution must obviously be compatible with Intel Threat Detection technology.
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