There’s a new way for virus hunting on your system. Intel just revealed a brand new feature named Accelerated Memory Scanning that will allow bug scanners to rely on the GPU when hunting for malware on systems running Windows. This is more than just an efficient way of scanning for bugs. It comes with various benefits as well.
Intel Accelerated Memory Scanning advantages
For instance, system performance would involve a reduced footprint and also enhanced battery life. Intel expects that CPU’s load to drop significantly from 20% to only 2% really fast. This is quite amazing, considering that antivirus apps are usually using only the CPU’s power to perform scans. Microsoft is the first company to adopt this new tech, and it will be implemented into Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection for enterprises as part of Windows 10.
Intel also announced the Advanced Platform Telemetry that is supposed to block advanced threat and also reduce false positives while at the same time triggering a significant performance enhancement. Cisco will be the first to implement it for enhanced data center security and cloud workload protection.
Intel’s primary goal is to enhance security
Following the Meltdown and Spectre failure, Intel is now planning to strengthen protection more than ever. Hardware flaws in Intel, ARM, and AMD needed extensive work from the chipset makers and partners as well to keep users are secure as possible via tons of patches and fixes.
Intel also promised to do its best to prevent similar disasters in the next-gen chips. The company stated that future CPUs are set to integrate more technologies for enhanced hardware security and stronger attack blocking features. Intel’s 2018 CPUs will be free of bugs, and both technologies described above are part of this foundations for a more secure future.
RELATED STORIES TO CHECK OUT:
- Windows 10 has a new name scheme: Meet the April 2018 Update
- Download InSpectre to check for CPU performance issues