[Cloudbric’s latest news] Cloudbric Progress Report for December

Greetings, from Cloudbric.
Here’s the latest from Cloudbric: for December 1st to December 31st.

1.Technology Developments

*Cryptobric App Update
→ Identity Authentication Enhancement : 5% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 1Q)

  • Technical review in progress

→ v3.0 SWG(Secure Web Gateway) SMS Phishing detection (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 2Q)

  • Technical review complete
  • Development scope review complete
  • Service planning and database upgrade in progress

*Cloudbric Labs Threat DB database upgrade
(cyber threat information data platform based on blockchain technology)
→ Malicious IP (Hacker IP) DB update: 50% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 2Q)

  • Technical review complete
  • Development scope review complete
  • Service development in progress

→ Phishing URL database upgrade: 10% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 2Q)

  • Technical review complete
  • Development scope review complete
  • Service development in progress

→ Hacker wallet database upgrade: 10% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 2Q)

  • Technical review complete
  • Development scope review complete
  • Service development in progress

*Cloudbric WMS(WAF Managed Service) Update
→ for AWS update: 30% complete (estimated time of completion: 2022 2Q)

  • Technical review in progress
  • Frontend UI planning in progress

→ for Azure Service launch: 60% complete (estimated time of completion: 2022 1Q)

  • Technical review in progress
  • Detection ruleset (policy) development complete
  • Detection ruleset security performance check in progress

*Cloudbric CDN Service launch
→ CDN Setting and dashboard development: 40% complete (estimated time of completion: 2022 1Q)

  • Technical review completed
  • Frontend UI planning completed
  • Service development in progress

*SDP(Software Defined Perimeter) Agent Development
(ZTNA-based Next-Gen Security Solution)
→ SDP Agent Development : 5% complete (estimated time of completion: 2022 4Q)

  • SDP Agent Technical review in progress

2. Cloudbric News

In order to further expand our services in the Japanese market, Cloudbric is consistently participating in diverse exhibitions.

Cloudbric has participated in the 2nd Japan IT Week Online exhibition, which was held for a duration of three days. During those three days, Cloudbric promoted all of its services with the concept of “Cloudbric Security Platform Service”, and through this, there were various inquiries in regards to service implementation, reselling partnership, and others.

Cloudbric will actively participate in various exhibitions this year as well, in order to grow even more in the Japanese market.

>> Japan IT Week Online Exhibition Official Homepage (Link)

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Entering the year 2022, Cloudbric has achieved a great achievement with its Advanced DDoS Protection (i.e., ADDoS) service.

On January 1st, Cloudbric’s ADDoS was applied to a live site that relayed joint concerts online to K-pop fans all around the world, in which Cloudbric was able to safely defend against DDoS attacks and allow the show to finish without a hitch.

Based on this successful implementation, it can further prove as a testament of Cloudbric ADDoS’s excellence and expertise. At the same time, in the future, we expect that more companies will implement this service.

>>Learn more about Cloudbric’s ADDoS solution (Link)

3. Security News

  • Cyber-attack on UK’s Defence Academy caused ‘significant’ damage — The Guardian
    A cyber-attack on the UK’s Defence Academy caused “significant” damage, a retired high-ranking officer has revealed. The attack, which was discovered in March 2021, meant the Defence Academy was forced to rebuild its network. He said he did not know if criminals or a hostile state were responsible but the damage has yet to be fully rectified months on.
  • Data breach: Broward Health warns 1.3 million patients, staff of ‘medical identity theft’ — ZDNet
    This weekend, the Broward Health hospital system notified more than 1.3 million patients and staff members that their personal information was involved in a data breach that started on October 15. In a statement on Saturday, the Florida hospital system said that in addition to names, addresses, and phone numbers, Social Security Numbers, bank account information, and medical history data were included in the breach.
  • Morgan Stanley settles personal data breach lawsuit for $60 million — The Washington Post
    Morgan Stanley agreed to pay $60 million to settle a lawsuit by customers who said the Wall Street bank exposed their personal data when it twice failed to properly retire some of its older information technology. A preliminary settlement of the proposed class action on behalf of about 15 million customers was filed Friday night in Manhattan federal court.

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