Happy and prosperous New Year to you all!
We’re already halfway into January; have you been able to keep up with your New Year’s resolutions?
Members of Cloudbric enthusiastically kicked-off into the New Year by reviewing last year’s KPIs and preparing the roadmap for 2021 (http://reurl.kr/6FEFBDFEU)
We hope that as the year rolls on, everyone will be successful in achieving your goals and promises for 2021 as will we.
Without further ado, here’s our very first Progress Report of the year.
- Technology Developments
*ADDoS(Advanced DDoS Protection) Dashboard
→ Development of ADDoS Dashboard for client UI (estimated time of completion: 2021 1Q)
- Technical review and dashboard ui planning in progress
*Blockchain service development
→ Development of database management based on blockchain technology(estimated time of completion: 2021 2Q)
- Technical review in progress
*Remote Access Solution
→ System component change: in development (estimated time of completion: 2021 2Q)
→ Cloudbric now provides a stronger infrastructure security for the service. The updated dashboard and report presents users with usage and service status for a better user experience.
- Technical review in progress
*Cloudbric Labs (cyber threat information data platform based on blockchain technology)
→ Support for Hacker Wallet Address and Phishing URL API: 40% complete (estimated time of completion: 2021 1Q)
- Updated the Hacker Wallet Address and Phishing URL list.
- API implementation methods analysis.
- Development of the APIs and related technical documents.
→ Mobile App for securing your digital assets with CLBK wallet support
→ Add ‘KLAY’ as supported cryptocurrency and Klip* integration using Klip App2App API: 100% complete (estimated time of completion: December 2020)
*Klip: a digital asset wallet for Klaytn-based cryptocurrencies from Kakao
→ Users can view and transfer funds (either CLBK, Cloudbric’s own cryptocurrency or KLAY, a Klyatn cryptocurrency) in ‘Klip’ wallet, integrated into Cryptobric. Check our medium post below for a step-by-step guide for integrating Klip!
*Cryptopbric — SWG
→ Encrypted personal information and secured internet connection: 45% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2021 1Q)
- Reviewing the direction of cryptographic communication technology and seeking ways to implement it.
- Planning details on design and server deployment architecture.
*VISION (Deep Learning Security Engine) Commercialization
→ Source code analysis for VISION commercial structuring VISION: 45% Complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2021 2Q)
→ Commercial module development: 30% complete(estimated time of completion: end of 2021 2Q)
- Revisions for improvements regarding source code and engine.
- Review of additional lists to be included in the supervised learning of the Deep Learning Engine.
- Ongoing review of different learning strategies by domain.
2. Cloudbric News
- Cloudbric has partnered up with Professtama Development Group, one of the largest security solutions providers in Indonesia. Professtama, first established in 1986, provides various security solutions and services to local enterprises as well as the public sector. We hope our partnership with Professtama will serve as the bridgehead for expanding our customer base in Indonesia.
- Professtama also happens to manage the website for ATISI, or Asosiasi Teknologi dan Industri Sekuriti Indonesia (Association for the Technology and Industry of Security in Indonesia). Consequently, Cloudbric is now responsible for securing the ATISI website, as part of our partnership term with Professtama Development Group. We feel both honored and obliged as this will be an opportunity to demonstrate our capabilities as a cloud security specialist.
3. Security News
- Ubiquiti, maker of prosumer routers and access points, has had a data breach — The Verge
According to an email it’s sending out to users today, a “third-party cloud provider” was accessed by an unauthorized user, and that provider might possibly have some of our data. While the company says it isn’t hasn’t found any evidence that our user data has been accessed, it also “cannot be certain that user data has not been exposed”.
- SocialArks data breach has left over 200 million social media users’ personal and professional records exposed — Digital Information World
SocialArks’ owns a database called ElasticSearch, and this misconfigured database contained personally identifiable information of users from social media platforms. Researchers at Safety Detectives found the affected server, which is hosted by Tencent during a routine security check.
- High-Severity Cisco Flaw Found in CMX Software For Retailers — Threat Post
Cisco fixed high-severity flaws tied to 67 CVEs overall, including ones found in its AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and in its RV110W, RV130, RV130W, and RV215W small business routers. A high-severity flaw in Cisco’s smart Wi-Fi solution for retailers could allow a remote attacker to alter the password of any account user on affected systems.