Computerworld: Intel CTO Justin Rattner says the company is working on a new security technology that could stop zero-day exploits. "Right now, anti-malware depends on signatures, so if you haven't seen the attack before, it goes right past you unnoticed," said Rattner. "We've found a new approach that stops the most virulent attacks. It will stop zero-day scenarios. Even if we've never seen it, we can stop it dead in its tracks."
Rattner said the "radically different" technology would work on a wide variety of devices and could become available later this year.