I doubt you will get much more information. Part of what makes AVs and other security vendors safe is the obscurity behind their analysis/scanners, business secrets and CF IP also take a huge role in this.
Anyways, CF does not focus on the detection that much because in the end, it’s “pointless”. It doesn’t matter how effective your detection approach is, if an unknown malware pops up, you won’t detect it unless it’s crafted poorly.
CF instead invests in isolating the browsing experience.
The idea behind CF Gateway is that everything you receive has been rendered/executed elsewhere, meaning that even if any code was malicious, the actions took on a server and not on your computer or the computer of your employee. Remote Browser Isolation (RBI).
Other security vendors are very detailed in their descriptions and technical documentations and I would love to compare.
I honestly doubt that, just because they add more layers of complexity and fancy words to their product or presentations, doesn’t mean that you have any meaningful insight into the security behind the product.
Most security products are obscure to the customer, they don’t care about the internals because it doesn’t affect them, they want results and the sentiment of feeling safe.