They did include some very low false positive rates, but I couldn't publish them. At least in a uniform test, it beat all other competitors - if you blow up the image you can see the mobile test "false positives. "
I agree, the proof is real world testing, and what would Deep Instinct do with with evolving malware. Could be very interesting - time will tell. Is there an inherent structure or activity to malware that is part of it being malware, so cannot be readily disguised? Did Deep Instinct find this? If malware didn't have these behaviors or elements, it wouldn't be (malicious) malware? How could this be detected?