NVIDIA has launched a cloud-native application framework driven by artificial intelligence that works to rapidly detect cybersecurity threats including malware, phishing attacks and leaks of sensitive data.
NVIDIA said Monday that the Morpheus framework is powered by its graphics processing units and designed to identify, capture and execute actions on cyber threats through machine learning.
Morpheus also incorporates real-time telemetry and works with NVIDIA’s BlueField-3 data processing unit to help ensure data center security through the network edge while supporting the analysis of more data.
Jensen Huang, CEO and founder of NVIDIA, said Morpheus applies the company's AI and Mellanox’s in-server networking technologies to support real-time inspection within zero-trust architectures.
Morpheus is designed to operate with servers from manufacturers like Dell Technologies and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, according to NVIDIA.
The company has also delivered the technology to industry partners like VMware, Red Hat, Fortinet, Splunk and Booz Allen Hamilton.
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