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Robert Vamosi, Forbes
Stuart McClure is on a personal mission. After more than two decades in the anti-malware industry, he firmly believes that ninety percent of malware attacks today can be prevented by not clicking on this, not clicking on that, and not opening that attachment either. While he’s not the first nor alone in suggesting the user bears at least some responsibility, the anti-malware industry up until now hasn’t yet produced an effective alternative to signature-based solutions based on known attacks. McClure’s company, Cylance, thinks it has the answer with its first-generation AI-driven anti-malware products for both enterprises and consumers.