Thirtyseven4 EDR Security: What is Machine Learning?

If you’re trying to keep up with all the latest Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) lingo…you’ll come across the term “machine learning”. 

If a cybersecurity Insurance application has unexpectedly landed on your desk and the deadline for completion is looming… you’ll come across the term “machine learning”. 

If you are a Technology Coordinator, Technician, or a human using a computer in the home or at the office today… you’ll come across the term “machine learning”. 

What is “machine learning”?

In simplest terms, machine learning refers to computers ‘continual learning’—as a result pf ingesting (and processing) large sums of data instead of receiving direct programming.  In other words, machine learning is a subset of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that allows a “machine” to mimic intelligent human behavior as new data is received and analyzed.

The more data, the more sophisticated the “machine learning”.

Machine learning is all around us and can simplify life and our daily tasks.  For example, you pick up the television remote, turn your TV on to your favorite streaming service, and you’re immediately given program “recommendations”.  One might ask themselves how the streaming service did that, and the answer would be that you’ve experienced “machine learning”. 

You unlock your iPhone with Face ID or speech recognition, instead of the exercising the responsibility of remembering a PIN…you’ve experienced “machine learning”. 

Machine learning can also serve as an annoyance…you open your favorite social media site and get bombarded with product recommendations and suggested friend connections… you’ve experienced “machine learning”. 

Machine learning can also be beneficial.  You get a proactive call from your credit card company alerting you to a fraudulent attempted charge on your credit card… you’ve experienced “machine learning”. 

Machine learning can (and is!) playing a critical role in cybersecurity software.

With the incorporation of machine learning into security software, data is continuously analyzed to find patterns which allows for more proactive protection, including: (1) Malware detection even within encrypted traffic, (2) Locating insider threats (3) Predictions of “vulnerable locations” online, in order to keep people safe when browsing, or (4) Protecting data in the cloud by revealing suspicious user behavior prior to an attack or vulnerability.

By leveraging and integrating machine learning algorithms, Thirtyseven4 EDR Security incorporates detection and prevention of (both) previously known and unknown malware by consuming large amounts of labeled training data and analyzing the data for correlations and patterns in real-time against Thirtyseven4 pre-loaded security policies, tools and predictive machine learned training models. Thirtyseven4 EDR Security will use these patterns and machine-learned training models to make predictions about future cyber threats, continually update and refine threat detection capabilities, optimize performance, and develop evolving, enhanced “intelligence” over time.

The more data, the more sophisticated the “machine learning” capabilities within your cybersecurity software.

If you are interested in getting ‘a head of the game’, Thirtyseven4 EDR Security is on the brink of officially announcing its cyber security developments and enhanced Threat Hunting product-release.  To be contacted or to receive a Quote regarding our upcoming Thirtyseven4 XDR Security protection, please email indicating interest. 

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About Thirtyseven4 EDR Security:

Thirtyseven4 EDR Security exceeds cyber security insurance requirements and includes:

• Advanced EDR Capabilities
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Advanced Next-Generation Anti-virus protection
• Automated/Monitored/Dynamic Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) functionality
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Removal of Current Antivirus Product
• Integrated Patch Management
• Anti-Keylogger modules
• Asset Management
• Firewall
• PC-Tuning
• Content Filtering
• Malware Detection & Removal
• Vulnerability Scanning
• Email Security
• Advanced Device Control

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