Security

 

Security is epitomized as a state of mind however, mindsets differ and so do control measures. Digital transformation today, being a DNA of change across industry processes has proven information exchange over the internet to be vital. With the widespread adoption of internet-enabled devices, the threats of security, malware, and data breach have increased profusely. Trust tolerance level over public networks has been slacking even more with the infusion of hyperconnected devices which has pushed security boundaries beyond hardware security, OTA upgrades, communication security, key distribution, cryptography algorithms, and cloud security. Businesses, as well as users, are seeking assistance for updated security threat models and proactive anomaly detection in fully functional complex system environments. AI has advanced forward in achieving edge level intelligence to firewall security threats at the source and build better quarantine mechanisms gradually.

Trends responsible for increased demand for Security:

The major trends responsible for increased market focus for security across industries are:

  1. The onset of stringent compliance and regulatory mandates has brought data security in the spotlight
  2. A surge in cloud-based deployments over on-premise deployments has cut down computational constraints for predictive analytics
  3. The advent of decentralized edge level communication model has introduced autonomy in the traditional client-server paradigm

New developments around tokenization, cryptography mechanisms and Blockchain have shown progressive interest among cybersecurity experts. Gartner has recorded the highest spending in cloud and data security models worldwide since the GDPR mandates have been set in motion. Increased R&D spend in security reflects the perpetual need of solidifying systems against future Ransomware and WannaCry attacks.

Security has been proved as an elemental factor in the upsurge of digital transformation processes specifically for the regulation of critically sensitive information including product designs, operation flows, and intellectual property rights overlapping across public clouds, software-as-services and IoT devices. Hughes Systique (HSC) offers deep understanding and strong skillsets in the security domain.

How HSC can help in Cybersecurity? 

Data Security: HSC can help secure data in motion over the internet and at rest in data centers with powerful data security techniques which include:

  1. PKI infrastructure, TLS/DTLS for securing the data in motion
  2. EAP based port access
  3. Tokenization/masking of the data for securing data at rest
  4. Key management

Anomaly Detection: HSC can work around different anomaly detection methodologies for analyzing and predicting the security threats in a system by:

  1. Ingesting the system logs automatically
  2. Analyzing the input data
  3. Detecting the anomalies and flagging relevant security incidents

Cloud Security: To secure the cloud from malicious or unauthorized users/devices, HSC can build:

  1. 509 certificate management for identity management
  2. Symmetric and Asymmetric encryption methods

Blockchain: For the development and implementation of Blockchain in IoT security and various other transactions, HSC has created:

  1. Blockchain-based decentralized system approach for IOT domain instead of the current centralized system
  2. Digital identity management based on Blockchain
  3. Decentralized supply chain database for automotive vehicles and industrial application

HSC has helped its clients fortify their applications and take proactive measure to ensure their data is not breached. To know more about our pioneering work in the security space write to us using the form below.

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