AI Based Secure Data Integration

Use state of the art AI technology to secure sensitive data, monitor data flow and manage access across channels.

Data Encryption

  • An autoencoder is a type of artificial neural network that can be used for data compression and feature learning. It consists of an encoder and a decoder, which work together to compress and reconstruct the input data. The encoder maps the input data to a lower-dimensional space (called the latent space), and the decoder maps the latent space back to the original data space.

  • One way that autoencoders can be used for data encryption is by using the encoder part of the autoencoder to encrypt the data, and the decoder part to decrypt it. The encoder can be trained to map the input data to a latent space in a way that makes it difficult for an unauthorized user to reconstruct the original data from the latent space. The decoder can be used to reconstruct the original data when it is needed, but only by someone who has the appropriate decoder model.

  • This approach has the advantage of being able to encrypt and decrypt large amounts of data quickly since it can be done using matrix operations that are highly optimized on modern hardware. However, it is important to note that autoencoder-based encryption is generally not considered to be as secure as other encryption methods, such as AES, which are specifically designed for security. Therefore, it is usually not recommended to use autoencoders as the sole method of data encryption in high-security applications.

Data Masking

  • Data masking is a technique used to protect sensitive data by replacing it with modified versions that preserve the original data’s statistical properties but cannot be used to identify or re-identify individuals. Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are a type of machine learning model that can be used for data masking.

  • A GAN consists of two neural networks: a generator and a discriminator. The generator is trained to generate synthetic data that is similar to the original data, while the discriminator is trained to distinguish between the original data and the synthetic data generated by the generator. The two networks are trained together in an adversarial process, where the generator tries to produce synthetic data that is indistinguishable from the original data, and the discriminator tries to correctly identify whether a given sample is original or synthetic

Data Classification

  • Data classification is the process of organizing data into categories based on its characteristics or attributes. In the context of cybersecurity, data classification is often used to identify and protect sensitive data, such as confidential business information or personal data. Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to automate and improve data classification in cybersecurity applications.

  • Algorithms can be trained on labeled data to identify patterns and characteristics that are associated with different types of data. For example, a machine learning algorithm could be trained to classify data as sensitive or non-sensitive based on features such as the content of the data, the source of the data, or the access controls applied to the data.

Data Leakage Prevention

  • Data leakage prevention (DLP) is a security measure designed to prevent sensitive data from being accessed or transmitted by unauthorized individuals or systems. Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to improve the effectiveness of DLP in a number of ways.

  • AI can also be used to monitor data access and transmission activities in real-time, and alert security personnel if any unusual or suspicious activity is detected. This can help prevent data leakage by alerting security personnel to potential threats before they can cause harm.

  • Another way that AI can be used for DLP is through the use of natural language processing (NLP) algorithms to identify and redact sensitive information from documents or other types of data. This can help prevent sensitive data from being inadvertently leaked through the sharing of documents or other types of data.