Greetings, from Cloudbric.
Here’s the latest from Cloudbric: for March 9th to March 20th.
Last week, CLB was flagged by the Coinone Exchange due to low trade volumes. However, we are working out the issue with Coinone in a positive direction, so there is no need to worry too much.
- Cloudbric Labs (cyber threat information data platform based on blockchain technology)
→ Blacklist IP API upgrade : 70% complete (estimated time of completion: 2020 1Q)
→ Support for Hacker Wallet Address and Phishing URL API: 15% complete (estimated time of completion: 2020 2Q)
- Updated the list on Data Risk Logic improvement criteria
- Considering ways to increase the stability of current procedures for processing Labs black IP data.
- Upgraded the logic for assigning threat scores to threat data
- Cryptpbric v2 (Personal Security App of Cryptocurrency hacking)
→ VPN + Black IP / Phishing URL auto-block function: 30% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2020 2Q)
- Planning for technology application in progress.
- Technology applications for VPN and SWG reviewed
- VISION (Deep Learning Security Engine) Commercialization
→ Source code analysis for VISION commercial structuring VISION: 25% Complete.
→ Commercial module development: 10% complete.
- Revisions for improvements regarding source code and engine.
- Review of additional lists to be included in the supervised learning of the Deep Learning Engine
- Review of different learning strategies by domain.
2. Business and Marketing Side Update
- In-depth discussion with one of Indonesia’s leading telecommunications players on potential reselling opportunities and distribution.
- Walk-through with Singapore-based cybersecurity consultancy on potential distribution deal.
Princess Cruises, the cruise line owned by Carnival Corporation & plc. that stopped their global operations after the outbreak of coronavirus in two of their ships, have now confirmed they suffered a major security breach that spanned three months last year.
Computer security software major Kaspersky has warned against two new Android malware modifications which together can steal cookies collected by the browser and app of popular social networking sites and then allow the thieves to discreetly gain control of the victim’s account in order to send various ill-intentioned content.
Speaking at the RSA security conference last week, Microsoft engineers said that 99.9% of the compromised accounts they track every month don’t use multi-factor authentication, a solution that stops most automated account attacks. The cloud giant said it tracks more than 30 billion login events per day and more than one billion monthly active users.
4. Bonus: Cloudbric family hard at work