BlackBerry and Intel Partner to Release a Cryptojacking Detection System
A Canadian multinational company, BlackBerry Limited has launched a crypto mining & cryptojacking detection for Intel-based commercial computers in partnership with Intel.
As the official announcement states, newly released BlackBerry Optics v2.5.1100 is based on the BlackBerry Optics CAE, to leverage CPU telemetry from Intel Threat Detection Technology with an intention to offer businesses an advanced malware software.
VP of research and intelligence at BlackBerry Cylance, Josh Lemos, stated that the newly launched cryptojacking detection can be a quite effective tool for threat actors to make income. He mentioned that with this they are projecting to provide businesses & the employees a ready-to-run answer, allowing to prevent cryptojacking tries, at the same time, guaranteeing that software & hardware are used the way they were intended to.
Vice President & General Manager, Business Client Platforms at Intel Corporation, Stephanie Hallford, from her side noted:
“Building on top of the built-for-business Intel vPro platform, enabled by Intel Hardware Shield, BlackBerry takes advantage of hardware visibility to offer advanced security protection, and we applaud them for this release.”