SDPs are emerging and being proven as highly effective and flexible solutions for reducing risk and truly protecting mission critical IT infrastructure and applications
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 26, 2016
Responding to increasing demand for reducing and eliminating digital risk associated with physical infrastructure, Building Intelligence Inc. today announced that it will include the Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) as a key component of its cloud-based physical security solutions known as SV3®.
SDP represents a ground breaking and highly regarded security protocol that establishes an undetectable application infrastructure to protect mission critical applications and client data operating on networks and in the cloud.
SDP is based on a strong security model that only allows TCP connections from pre-authorized users and their devices. The primary effect of the SDP is that it transforms the application infrastructure into an effectively invisible or “black cloud” environment that shows no domain name system (DNS) information or IP addresses.
Developed by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) SDP Working Group and Waverley Labs, and adopted by the CSA and its members, the SDP specification incorporates security standards from organizations such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as well as security concepts from organizations such as the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) into an integrated framework. In particular, it has been proven to stop all forms of network attacks including DDoS, Man-in-the-Middle, Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), and the top 10 OWASP application attacks that have plagued companies for decades.
SDPs are particularly relevant for industries with large mission critical infrastructure and applications such as energy, financial services, transportation and the Federal government. High profile implementations include leading enterprises such as Coca-Cola, Mazda, and Google, and in the public sector by DHS who have enormous financial and reputation interests in protecting and removing risk of being impacted by attacks. SDPs are proven and continue to be tested in organized industry “hack-a-thons” (such as RSA) with an estimated 10 billion attempts to date – all unsuccessful.
“The cloud and the Internet of Things have significantly impacted and changed how large organizations need to think about address physical security requirements, said Ron Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Building Intelligence. “SDPs are emerging and being proven as highly effective and flexible solutions for reducing risk and truly protecting mission critical IT infrastructure and applications.”
About Building Intelligence Inc.
Building Intelligence is a software company providing innovative technology solutions for security practitioners and building owners to manage visitors, vehicles and vendors. Building Intelligence Inc. is a privately owned business based in New York, NY. The firm’s cloud-based solutions are known as SV3®Mobile, SV3®Visitor and SV3®Vehicle. These applications are uniquely positioned to address a niche in the security market, improving operations and lowering risks associated with the management of visitors and vendors as they enter on foot through the front door or in a vehicle at the loading dock or parking area. The modular solution set is being widely adopted in many major metropolitan markets and being sold, deployed and supported by an authorized security systems integrator channel with expertise in the identity and access management domain.
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