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Rise Of Machine Learning: Advancing Security With ML

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You're seeing machine learning mentioned more and more with regard to security. Hal Lonas of Webroot drops by the News Desk to discuss how machine learning is being applied to help classify the incredible volume of data from systems and threat researchers to find the needles in the haystack that enable us to improve security profiles. For instance, ML has enabled Webroot to reduce discovery of most threats down to minutes.

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