In order to counteract the growing cybersecurity concern, users must take action by safeguarding private data
flowing across all communications protocols. However, the implementation and management of multiple security solutions is an extremely difficult task due to fundamental issues in the market, which ultimately inhibits users from fully embracing the adoption of cybersecurity. Cloudbric The information security market as a whole is in need of a major paradigm shift with an emphasis on efficiency, transparency, and trust. This is due to a variety of issues that users face within the cybersecurity market. As the world shifts to a more interconnected and internet driven society, the need for secure private online data is becoming increasingly paramount. The open flow of information between various online channels makes both users and organizations highly vulnerable to cyber hacking.
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Another issue is the lack of transparency over threat intelligence data.
By providing services to end users, cybersecurity vendors are able to collect cyber
threat information, such as attack patterns and behaviors, malicious IP addresses, identification of malware
infected files, etc. However, threat intelligence data compiled through security servicing is not made available for public use. Vendors typically have this information and use it for their own personal gain. For instance, cyber threat data is used to help develop new market solutions, issue pertinent software updates, create industry reports and analytics, etc., all of which can be valuable sources of revenue. On the other hand, users who generate this data for vendors are left with little to no compensation and are forced to continue paying for vendor made services. This uneven centralization of threat data and lack of compensation must come to an end.
Lastly, the current organization of the cybersecurity market makes it very difficult to discern the effectiveness of
various vendor made solutions. As mentioned above, the market is highly saturated with an information security vendors and solutions. The only way for users to properly discriminate between vendor performance is through direct testing of these solutions. However, this is an extremely resource intensive and costly ordeal. Users typically need to invest both time and money in order to learn about a particular security solution
. However, general end users and small businesses may not have the necessary resources and capabilities to test multiple security solutions all at once. This leaves organizations as the only target audience that can enjoy access to the full spectrum of security that every user needs.
Furthermore, users will be able to train the very technology that helps protect their online digital assets by
contributing anonymous cyber threat logs to advance the accuracy and learning capabilities of Cloudbric's deep
learning module. For their continued security contributions, users will be rewarded through the free distribution of
Cloudbric cryptocurrency (CLB) tokens directly to their user account. CLB can then be redeemed to activate Cloudbric's suite of security services. A minimum balance of Cloudbric tokens is a must-have for all security services. Additionally, users may utilize CLB to gain exclusive access from Cloudbric's extensive global partnership network, known as the Secure Web Alliance.
Cloudbric will consolidate multiple security solutions into one unified platform to provide easy to manage
cybersecurity for diverse range of users. Solutions to be provided within the platform will focus on three primary security components: server-side security, end-point security, and cryptocurrency asset protection. This will enable all-in-one website security, CDN speed optimization, intelligent malware protection, spam / phishing prevention, cryptocurrency fraud protection, and much more.
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The second component of the decentralized security ecosystem will focus on the launch of Cloudbric’s Security
Rewards Program. Users will be empowered to help advance the Cloudbric deep learning engine through
anonymous cyberattack log contributions, which will benefit the wider security community. In addition,
contributions to Cloudbric’s deep learning machine will serve as a decentralized rewards system to incentivize users to adopt cybersecurity best practices. Users will be eligible to participate in the new “Secure to Earn” rewards program and receive free Cloudbric token distributions for their contributions. Distribution of all CLB tokens, as well as user CLB transaction history, will be recorded on the blockchain for open and trusted verification.
In early FY 2015, Cloudbric started as an in-house venture of Penta Security Systems, Inc., the no. 1 enterprise
web security and data encryption firm in South Korea and the APAC region. Cloudbric was initially released as a
cloud-based Security-as-a-Service offering of Penta Security’s market-leading hardware appliance Web Application Firewall (WAF) known as WAPPLES. Cloudbricquickly began to carve a strong niche market by targeting small and medium businesses, as well as general website owners, interested in utilizing an all-inclusive WAF solution. Cloudbric’s solution helped first-time users become more acclimated to the idea of cybersecurity by offering an enterprise level solution that truly catered to their needs.
Although Cloudbric established its roots as an elite website security vendor, the need to provide a more autonomous and advanced range of data protection services to users helped fuel Cloudbric’s plans to develop a new deep learning powered universal security platform. Cloudbric deep learning module, VISION, will soon offer the ability to more intelligently detect a new wave of cyber threat attacks targeting various end user devices, systems, and protocols. The integration of deep learning technology into Cloudbric’s universal security
platform will pave the way for Cloudbric to become one of the most accurate and low false positive rated solutions on the market. Furthermore, deep learning will be at the backbone of Cloudbric’s plans to develop a decentralized cybersecurity ecosystem including a user-powered security rewards system, cybersecurity resource tools for developers, extensive partnership network featuring complementary solutions and services, etc.