Artificial intelligence to predict cyber attacks. A groundbreaking technology was patented in 2020 by Cybi’s researchers and engineers.
Information systems, connected objects, industrial systems … these environments are increasingly subject to frequent and sophisticated computer attacks. Companies need to protect themselves from hackers and this growing threat. The results of the RESIST team’s cybersecurity expertise at Loria Laboratory (CNRS, Inria, University of Lorraine) provide solutions for intelligent automation of cybersecurity computer analysis path and cyber startup computer attack operations. Supported by Lauren Incubator and Grand East Region,
The startup, supported by Ineria and Lorraine University, was just born in Nancy.
Sophisticated technology: scuba
Most cyber security solutions analyze personal vulnerabilities in computer systems. However, hackers are increasingly working to attack, using not only complex vulnerabilities, but also other vulnerabilities to infect computer networks and infect entire systems. A connected object (connected socket, internet box, industrial automaton, etc.), with a good personal security score, can thus become a crossing point in the way of attack to reach a critical target when it is networked with other objects.
Developed by Cybi’s team of researchers and engineers, this groundbreaking technology was patented in 2020. It relies on artificial intelligence models and algorithms to analyze all attack paths present in a network and minimizes risks and prioritizes vulnerabilities to correct response times.
Identify and prioritize weaknesses with artificial intelligence
Depending on the scuba vulnerability corpora: when an error is discovered, during the pentasting operation (a system security assessment method), or bug bounty (reward program for bug hunting), developers must release an open-access patch: this information specifically Available in CVE (General Weakness Exposure) database.
“Our tool is able to read and understand this huge amount of text easily due to the automated language processing and artificial intelligence method. This way it can automatically analyze vulnerability reports and identify potential attack chains, the researchers explained. We are working on a test platform dedicated to studying the vulnerabilities of connected objects to assess product safety levels. The team recently tested its technology on well-known viruses such as Pegasus and Puzzle-Maker and was able to identify their attack pathways.
Cybi, an essential partner for business security
Start-ups are now open to cybersecurity experts, large companies, and especially SOCs (Security Operations Centers), whose goal is to ensure data security. Scuba appears as an essential brick in the system security chain.
“Thanks to our vulnerabilities and vulnerabilities chain analysis solutions, Cybi is a practical decision support tool that provides personalized recommendations for implementing optimal strategies for real risk analysis and error correction,” said Regis Loste, president of the startup.
“The team’s expertise and maturity in cybersecurity position makes Cybic an innovative and visionary startup. Our scuba solutions have reached the cyber security market at the right time. In fact, Scuba offers advanced features that are in high demand and have so far received little response to the cyber-attack threat response that is growing every day. Our various exchanges with key players in French cybersecurity are very positive. Scuba Hall The The expected solution by all structures, regardless of their profile or size. That’s what General Manager Fabian Osmond says