HP using Israeli cybersecurity technology on its new computers

The deal is valued at $150 million over four years, the Israeli business news website Calcalist reported, citing an unnamed source.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
June 1, 2019 23:17
Employees, mostly veterans of military computing units, use keyboards working at a cyber hotline

Employees, mostly veterans of military computing units, use keyboards as they work at a cyber hotline facility at Israel's Computer Emergency Response Centre (CERT) in Beersheba, southern Israel. (photo credit: REUTERS/AMIR COHEN)

 
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — HP has started installing malware protection software on its new computers using an Israeli company’s technology.

Technology from Tel Aviv-based Deep Instinct Inc. is used to create HP Sure Sense that comes on the latest EliteBook and ZBook lines, HP announced.



The deal is valued at $150 million over four years, the Israeli business news website Calcalist reported, citing an unnamed source.



Sure Sense “enable(s) zero-time threat prevention against the most advanced cyber threats,” HP said in a statement. “By leveraging Deep Instinct’s deep learning-based threat prevention engine, HP Sure Sense provides real-time detection and prevention – coupled with anti-ransomware, behavioral protection.”

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