Cyleron, an artificial intelligence cybersecurity company, has announced the launch of CyleronCentry, a biometric machine learning software platform. The platform’s enhanced artificial intelligence detection capability is a valuable addition to a company’s cybersecurity arsenal. CyleronCentry is changing the traditional password authentication landscape by continuously authenticating users with its unique behavioral footprint.
CyleronCentry uses advanced deep neural network techniques that process keyboard data and create a detailed biometric behavior profile for each user. The platform also enables its end-user authentication continuously, making it highly specific and accurate to every individual. Whenever an anomaly is detected, the new method spontaneously notifies administrators or system security professionals.
It has been predicted that new attack techniques like “SIM swaps” will drive the adoption of behavioral biometrics. Research in early 2019 estimates that the market for behavioral biometrics will grow by over 23 percent CAGR to nearly $4 billion by 2025, as long as cybersecurity budgets are adequately funded.
Currently, the launch of CyleronCentry will only provide an added benefit to Cyleron as the company has already demonstrated its potential in software solutions for cybersecurity by leveraging technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence. The software solutions such as CyleronChallenge, CyleronCapture, CyleronCanopy will be launched soon. With the upcoming software solutions, the company will improve on the security and support provided to organizations across industries. Cyleron is capable of identifying and managing potential security risks with the use of sophisticated vulnerability management tools through rigorous testing. The company also defines security strategies, employee capacity, and commitment with its up-to-date testing and monitoring of essential applications. Cyleron manages global operations such as delivering high-quality products and services focused on risk assessment and mitigation. The company has an extensive user base of more than 150 organizations worldwide, including several Fortune 500 companies, who have benefited from its solutions.