New email malware detection can outperform the top 60 antivirus engines

Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) Malware Lab in Israel have developed a new method for detecting malicious emails that is more effective than the top 60 antivirus engines on the market, according to a press release provided exclusively to TechRepublic.

Email-Sec-360°, the new method from BGU, relies on 100 email features to detect a malicious message, according to the release. Developed by Ph.D. student and researcher Aviad Cohen, the method is built on machine learning principles and operates without internet access, making it a useful solution for both individuals and businesses.

Read more about the new email malware detection technique on TechRepublic.