Data loss detection beyond your network boundary
Our team uses machine learning to solve problems in cyber, open source intelligence and electronic warfare. We combine this new technology with our experience and skills in software development, human user interface design and industrial engineering to make practical solutions for Defence and National Security.
With our considerable experience in design, integration, and operations in Cyber Security Operations Centre’s, we as a business have been able to simplify a complex problem, making integrated cyber deception technology accessible for customers.
Applied AI creates Cyber Traps that deceive sophisticated threats and alert users to breach detection. Using innovative applications of machine learning that observe your data and systems, to create a highly realistic environment of mimics and simulations.
We’ve developed the technology into a common, repeatable framework that enhances the realistic imitation of the information technology and data stack, including:
Our second product family enhances organisation’s abilities to employ and utilise open-source intelligence (OSINT) tools. Using advanced AI techniques, including facial recognition, natural language processing and machine learning in combination with big data analysis techniques, to provide an advanced level of intelligence.
Effective use of OSINT and the internet is critical for our customers as they require a high level of data, in a timely manner. Traditional methods can often require humans to perform repeatable tasks, which is expensive and not scalable. We use AI to automate tasks, improve efficiency and reduce the staff effort needed to conduct OSINT activities.
We use machine learning in a unique way to create highly realistic and enticing fake content based on your network’s patterns.
Our cyber simulations make it easy to manage, update, and retire of simulated content. This minimises the impact on your team and system.
Cyber simulation is a valuable security approach. It makes attackers uncertain about the location of real computers, data, and even radios, while producing a small number of highly reliable indicators of intrusion.
The average time to detect a cyber security breach is 207 days.
With cyber simulation, you will receive an immediate, high fidelity alert.
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