Using unique, low-footprint technology, CloudFish’s advanced threat management system thwarts security threats such as spyware, trojans, ransomware, viruses, and phishing attacks.
Alpharetta, Ga. — CloudFish, the cyber security startup and portfolio company in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), today announced it is beta testing an extremely lightweight technology that can detect and control security threats with unprecedented accuracy by using a behavioral analysis model built on artificial intelligence (AI).
Unlike traditional systems that rely on signature-based threat detection, CloudFish’s behavioral analysis-based approach — dubbed Orca — detects potential dangers by leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Anaconda is pre-trained on approximately 1 million threat conditions and uses a fraction of the system resources (GPU, memory) compared to traditional threat detection solutions.
“We are excited to launch the beta testing of our technology with the cybersecurity community,” said Faisal Faruqi, CloudFish’s CEO and chief architect. “Hacking attacks from across the world are becoming increasingly sophisticated and harder to detect. Our unique AI-based technology that adapts itself to new threats provides a befitting response to those sophisticated hacking attempts.”
Founded in 2015, CloudFish is focused on building the next generation of security infrastructure products for the cloud. Its cloud-based platform enables companies and individual users to secure their digital assets stored in the cloud or on on-premise servers. The unified platform uses blockchain technology to store and manage security keys and it leverages machine learning algorithms to automate threat detection and control before it becomes a risk to the security of users’ assets. The company is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia. For more information about CloudFish, please visit www.cloud-fish.com.