Intel unveiled new anti-ransomware capabilities for its 11th generation Core vPro processors, requiring little from security chiefs to reap the rewards.  

The new processors, which Intel announced during the CES conference earlier this week, provide two additional boosts for existing security products: access to processor-level data to determine ransomware attacks in progress, and the use of GPUs for machine learning to bolster defenses.  

“Our simple message is that the latest technology in hardware and software can now work together,” Michael Nordquist, senior director of strategic planning and architecture in the business client group, told SC Media.  

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