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Deep Instinct Adds MacOS Support

Deep Instinct adds support for MacOS, Citrix, and multi-tenancy in its version 2.2 release.

Deep Instinct, an enterprise endpoint protection company that has built its products on the basis of deep learning machine intelligence, has announced the release of version 2.2, which includes support for MacOS, VDI with Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp, and multi-tenancy.

The additional OS and VDI features of Deep Instinct allow a customer to deploy the product across a wider variety of endpoints, including desktop, laptop, and mobile platforms.

Deep Instinct's multi-tenancy support should make the product suitable for use by MSSPs, ISPs, and other organizations looking to provide security services as part or all of their offerings.

With the additional protection features, Deep Instinct has also boosted its reporting capabilities to provide both real-time and periodic reporting on the type and number of threats identified and blocked by the service.

Deep Instinct will be demonstrating the new version at the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco.

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