Predictive Security

Closing the Breach on Cyber Attacks (Under Development)

Recent global security breaches at Target, eBay and others have triggered awareness of the need to proactively protect sensitive customer data. Because these breaches are often perpetrated by "authorized personnel" as well as external cyber attacks, CISO/CSO organizations are looking into predictive security models as opposed to current reactive security models.

TechMileage is leading the way on innovative responses to these costly threats, which damage customer loyalty and the bottom line.

Our Approach

The TechMileage response to this challenge includes five steps:

  1. Gather data about every entity (database, server, network, etc.) in your organizational ecosystem.
  2. Process the information to identify patterns and correlations for every entity with as much granularity as possible.
  3. Match the patterns and correlations against official rules and policies.
  4. Identify anomalous behaviors and calculate the level of threat.
  5. Generate heat maps and identify possible areas of impact.
    • Identify individuals/vendors/actors posing a threat.
    • Take appropriate action, either manually or automatically using Artificial Intelligence.

News Room

  • 31 Mar

    Arizona Bankers Association - Issue, 1 2016 - Model Governance

    TechMileage article in Arizona Bankers Association - Issue, 1 2016  on Model Governance...

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  • 31 Jan

    TechMileage partnered with Cloudera for Bigdata Analytics

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  • 17 Jan

    TechMileage partnering with a Major risk and Fraud provider.

    TechMileage partnering with a Major risk and Fraud provider. ...

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