DZI markets dzAudit - a 5GL integrated development/runtime platform that allows organizations to directly convert their UML workflow diagrams into continuous event monitoring and auditing applications to prevent cyber intrusions, fraud, non-compliance, service level violations, abnormal behaviors, quality defects and performance impacts in their enterprise at machine speeds (micro seconds).
Cyber Security - DPM 5GL - dzAudit
dzAudit records and preserves the provenance of all system elements/components (inputs, software modules, processes, etc.); dynamically track the interactions and causal dependencies among cyber system components; assemble these dependencies into end-to-end system behaviors; and reason over these behaviors, both forensically and in real-time.
dzDiscovery, dzAudit module constructs an enterprise-wide process map that creates, propagates, and reasons about metadata associated with the computation. dzAudit automatically “connects the dots” across multiple activities that are individually legitimate but collectively indicate malice or abnormal behavior, dzAudit detects APTs and other cyber threats, and allows complete root cause analysis and damage assessment.
dzAudit creates an information plane for identifying anomalies occurring in the computation/communication plane.
DPM 5GL Software Product Architecture (dzAudit)
Digital process management has two key components. The first component is the dzAudit 5GL Integrated development programming & compiler platform (IDE) and the second component is the dzAudit 5GL run-time application server.
Business analyst /process engineers and systems engineers import UML workflow diagrams into the IDE and configure and define event sources using dzAudit IDE wizards to create an application mapping file.
The 5GL dzAudit compiler automatically generates a continuous event monitoring and auditing application (JAR executing file) using the application mapping file. The event monitoring and auditing application queries workflow diagram (knowledge base) to validate network system events.
Wizards in dzAudit IDE deploy the JAR executing file into the dzAudit server. dzAudit server continuously listens to network system events to identify anomalous events that do not follow the organization’s workflow.
dzAudit can provide system event alerts to dashboards, JMX operational consoles, user/management/admin emails or trigger programs to resolve problems and issues.
dzAudit run-time server can support either 5, 10 or 25 application JAR files based on the type of license purchased by the organization.
To purchase dzAudit Licenses, please contact Decision-Zone.