Protectedby.AI announced a first and only solution to provide advanced zero trust protection against cyberattacks such as Malware and Ransomware- CodeLock™. A global leader in artificial intelligence-driven solutions, ProtectedBy.AI, “develops solutions and build up human intelligence which protects and advance the economic objectives of companies and countries.”
The newly launched solution has a patent revolutionary approach to defend against cyberattacks in the software industry. Recently, many global organizations faced cyberattacks including U.S government agencies, CodeLock™, which can track down these attacks and stop criminal activity.
Brian Gallagher, president, and co-founder of ProtectedBy.AI said, “Malware, ransomware, and create new forms of cyberattacks are becoming more common around the world. We’ve developed the only defense technology which automates the process of detecting an attack once it has gotten past your perimeter. CodeLock™ is being recognized as a critical component to keeping organizations cybersafe.”
Senior leaders of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said in an unprecedented endorsement that CodeLock™ appears to have the capability to stop the most sophisticated criminal malware. Concerning hostile nation-states, CodeLock™ would also be effective against all but a few. “This acknowledgment has been echoed in the private sector, with CodeLock™ being described by the Chief Information Security Officer of one of the big five Silicon Valley tech titans as “the most important invention in cybersecurity since Public Key Cryptography.”
CodeLock’s™ develops an inviolable network of security sensors that can be submerged into any software running on an organization’s servers and systems. There are two primary dimensions of CodeLock™:
1] Developer Interface- A developer interface will need programmers to confirm their identity through multiple mechanisms such as tiered passwords, multi-factor authentication, digital footprinting, and biometrics.
2] Alert Monitor– It is designed for non-tech executives and acts as an early warning system. The alert monitor can be accessed from anywhere in the world.