Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence is the term that is often used together to deal with highly complex malicious hackers. Recent a company made this claim that it can build a deep learning solution that can defend, stop, and identify the viruses that is not classified. Deep Instinct is the company that makes of deep learning to identify and stop viruses, along with other hacking techniques that are yet to be identified. In a series, the company managed to receive $43 million in funding from an undisclosed strategic partner. The valuation was not disclosed by the company but it seems like they are profitable.
Guy Caspi, CEO and Founder of Deep Instinct stated that the level of threats from unidentified viruses is high and the sophistication of evasion is also increasing every day. Almost two third of the enterprises that dealt with intrusions were attacked by unknown and new malware. There is almost a 20 percent increase in attacks when compared to past year. Most of the cyber solutions that are available on the market cannot protect new attacks and now the companies have shifted to make a detect-response. Deep Instinct has done something that no other company has attempted to do even when there is no shortage for cybersecurity software providers.