(Bloomberg) -- Anti-hacking technology developed by the U.S. will be offered to banks and other businesses under an initiative to promote cutting-edge research, even as some security specialists question its value in the private sector.

For the first time, cybersecurity technology developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico will be made available to private companies by the New York consulting firm Ernst & Young LLP, the two organizations announced Tuesday.

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