BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A new company is being launched in Birmingham to combat computer-based attacks.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is starting an intelligence company called Malcovery in a public-private partnership.
The director of UAB's computer forensics office, Gary Warner, will serve as the company's chief technologist while remaining in his role with the university.
Warner says the company provides real-time intelligence to identify cyberattacks as they occur worldwide. Malcovery is an outgrowth of Warner's work identify computer security threats.
Malcovery is based jointly in Birmingham and in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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