The new reality is a complex ecosystems perpetually connected for carrying out enterprise’s application digital workflows that define the exchange and distribution of data amongst the digital workforce (customers, employees, partners, suppliers), other applications, control systems (grid, utilities, etc.) and IOT (Internet of Things). Enterprise’s typically use UML, flowcharts or other mechanisms to define the workflows in terms of tasks, activities or event orchestration procedures and policies that regulate the usage of their information infrastructure enterprise systems.
Then logically, a security application must detect activities or events that are not part of the defined workflow that attempt to enable the information infrastructure systems to perform unauthorized data exchanges and distributions.
Decision-Zone Inc. provides a commercial security application platform branded as dzAudit, allowing organization to rapidly build their cyber security intrusion detection application using their defined workflows.
Detecting a non-workflow event in a 20-step workflow instance would only require only 20 comparisons or sub-microseconds with Decision-Zone’s patented dzAudit security Policy application server.
Securing Data Exchanges and Distribution
Data is the lifeblood of today’s digital businesses, and protecting it from theft, misuse, and abuse is becoming the key responsibility of executive leadership. Hacked customer data can erase millions in profits within weeks, stolen intellectual property can erase competitive advantage in less than a year, and unnecessary privacy abuses can bring unwanted scrutiny and fines from regulators while inflicting reputational damage that can last months, even years. Almost every enterprise, from an online retailer to a hospital to a government agency, rarely works in isolation and can rarely confine data to within the four walls of the organization. The walls don’t exist.
Cyber security is a systemic world-wide problem and extremely difficult to solve using current data-centric approaches and technologies that try to discover cyber intrusions by analyzing system trace logs. However, by utilizing Decision-Zone’s policy-centric software platform, you can build cyber security monitoring applications using your organization’s defined security policies to detect cyber intrusions and flawed operations live.
In the layer 7 OSI model, applications trigger utility services using integration events for users to control or retrieve information from enterprise systems. Similarily, malware triggers utility services using integration events for hackers to control or retrieve information from enterprise systems.
By defining security policies or method & constraints event workflows for your users and applications that control and retrieve information from enterprise systems, dzAudit live monitoring applications powered by patented causative logic support can detect all hacker/malware events live to prevent compromise of your enterprise systems.
Decision-Zone offers a full range of consulting services for customizing client's cyber intrusion security applications. Additionally, we provide client training and support services.