Data Distribution: The Way to Stop Cybercrime

The informatics industry is being affected by the potential of the distributed data administration tools and the cybercrime division is being fundamentally affected by the irruption of said tool.

 

A recent White Paper from Marketsand Markets predicts that the digital security analysis market may experience a growth from $4.5 billion to almost $6 billion in the U.S alone, and predict it will surpass the $ 9.38 billion by 2021, with an annual growth percentage in the double digits.

 

The reason for this growth is rather easy to understand.

In this age where the attacks are ever more sophisticated and better funded, many of the biggest and dangerous threats require a rather deep understanding of the organization, data and network, and their detection analysis.

Our experience indicates that some organizations are equipped with systems that inform them when something deviates from the normal business patterns, and many hackers search for escape ways for this challenge.

 

Data overload, multiple alerts

Certain tradition security solution generates a “potentially suspicious activity” alert if they identify a number of failed login attempts in the same account and from the same IP.

Alternatively, it can send an alert if it identifies excessive Access to data outside normal working hours from a specific account.

Hackers, fully aware that these patterns are monitored by these solutions, have begun adapting their approach to avoid said methods.

Introduce security analysis

With distributed data administration tools we can perform a security analysis to capture, filter and analyze millions of network event every second.

This solution, from which we have gained a vast experience, Works with data from a wide variety of sources, like audit and registration files, but also from un-structured data, including email, social media, images, videos, news and many more.

With these tools, we balance the opportunities and reduce the attack area from cybercriminals.