Information hacking is perhaps one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. According to data, the global security damage cost is over $ 1 trillion! In Korea itself, the damage caused by hacking is over $ 77 billion, enough to give corporates and individuals sleepless nights. However, Korean Qubit Security, a professional information security company has been solving chronic security collapses that cannot be solved through traditional post-audit ways.
Current solutions not enough
The current security system of a Firewall, WAF, IDS/IPS often fail to detect hacking. The log analysis system called Security Information and Event Management (simply S.I.E.M. or SIEM) collects logs of all cybersecurity products and detects hacking in real-time log analysis. However, this is not only expensive but has poor accuracy and is therefore unreliable. The server and web server log analysis are missing in this system.
‘Plura AI-SIEM’ is the real answer
Qubit Security has been intently studying ‘hacking’ and has developed a real-time hacking detection cloud platform ‘PLURA’ for the first time in the world. The system, launched last year, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) that automatically supports server and web server log analysis. It is far cheaper as the system is based on cloud SaaS. What’s more, it takes three minutes to install! Users can immediately see hacking detection results displayed on a dashboard.
Two patents have been registered in Korea while patents have been applied for in China, Japan and the US including PCT. The company is confident and is predicting more than double growth every year. The company plans to increase its sales through pipeline customers and has pipeline partners in Japan.
Redefining the game
Established in March 2014, Qubit Security is a true game-changer. The company changed the paradigms of security based on big data analysis, machine learning, the largest scale of security log database in Korea, and real-time hacking detection technology. With a team of big data and hacker and date analysts and the support of global institutional investors, the company has shown immense growth. Qubit is looking for partners and investors to take their game many notches higher.
Qubit Security’s team will be attending the GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK to be held from October 6 to 10 in Dubai, supported by the Korea Institute of Startups & Entrepreneurship Development (KISED). The GITEX is the biggest tech show in Middle East, North Africa and South Asia that attracts many prominent leaders from global companies, major media outlets, and influential investors.