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Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity firm offering new way to detect malware attracts investors

There's a new way to track malware and the company behind it is getting a lot of financial support. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.

5/5/2021 4:40:00 AM

A small company is getting big funding to fight malware in corporate computers. Prevailion says 80-90% of S&P 500 companies already have malware – and it can detect it in a way no other company can. EamonJavers reports.

There's a new way to track malware and the company behind it is getting a lot of financial support. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.

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We cannot drink oil. We cannot drink lithium. Thread: EamonJavers What is it they say about a virus? They always mutate. It's as if the entire computer software biz was designed to permit endless problems, for more profit through endless solutions. EamonJavers Let malware eat away at many big corporations. Corporations have devoured the wealth of the people, parked billions offshore, and sent millions of jobs overseas - after sending tens of thousands of small businesses to the undertaker. If honest, most there hate their jobs.