Happy Lunar New Year from all of us at Cloudbric!
Here’s the latest Progress Report: from January 30th to February 10th.
- Technology Developments
*ADDoS(Advanced DDoS Protection) Dashboard
→ Development of ADDoS Dashboard for client UI: 90% complete (estimated time of completion: 2021 1Q)
- Technical coverage review completed
- DB design and back-end development completed
- Function test in progress
*Blockchain service development
→ Development of database management based on blockchain technology: 15% complete (estimated time of completion: 2021 2Q)
- Technical review in progress
*Remote Access Solution
→ Supported protocols added: 30% complete (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
- Review of new system components coverage
- Scope of updated application under review
*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(Hacker Wallet Address and Phishing URL API Blocking) (estimated time of completion: end of 2021 2Q)
- 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: 30% 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 topped the ‘IT Trend’ annual ranking for the second year in a row!
Cloudbric’s managed web security service ranked first place in the WAF (Web Application Firewall) category in a study by ‘IT Trend’, a Japanese research and ranking site that specializes in enterprise solutions. We would like to thank our loyal customers for your continued support and trust in our service. Cloudbric will strive to improve our service quality to keep our seat as champions in the following year.
3. Security News
- Hacker modified drinking water chemical levels in a US city — ZDNet
An unidentified hacker has accessed the computer systems for the water treatment facility in the city of Oldsmar, Florida, and has modified chemical levels to dangerous parameters.
- Law Firm Data Breach Impacts UPMC Patients — Infosecurity
A cyber-attack on a Pennsylvania law firm has potentially exposed the personal health information (PHI) of more than 36,000 patients of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). An investigation determined that hackers had gained access to several employee email accounts between April 1, 2020, and June 25, 2020.
- Ransom-related DDoS attacks rise from the dead as attack vectors diversify — The Daily Swig
A growth in ransom-related DDoS (RDDoS) attacks has accompanied a growing sophistication and diversity in attack vectors over the last year, according to a range of security vendors quizzed by The Daily Swig.