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Bhujang - Re-imagining Cyber Intelligence
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90, Moulsari Avenue
DLF Phase 3, Gurgaon—122002
Haryana, INDIA

DIGITAL HOMELAND SECURITY BEGINS WHERE ENTERPRISE CYBERSECURITY ENDS

T
he conventional enterprise security model is in complete disarray. A typical organisation generally deploys a handful of products which have pinpointed functionalities, a solution trying to solve a limited set of  security issues.

Majority of these are heavily focused on detection. Then, there would be one or two responsive systems running  on top, with only one-way communications with other products, providing orchestration to the security operations centre.

All these platforms are bottom heavy: requiring large infrastructure investments, with high operational and  integration costs.

Even after years of tweaking, the chief information security officer (CISO) struggles with establishing a synergetic security ecosystem.

Then comes the pressure of regulatory compliance, diverting all the attention and money, thus weakening the security posture. Compliance only sets the baselines. If you are worth getting hacked, you will be hacked.

This model is largely driven by a particular bias of the human mind: that security is mainly an infrastructural problem. We often allude cybersecurity to our physical or spatial sense. That’s why we have created "perimeters", "endpoints" and "demilitarised zones" even in cyberspace. Attackers don’t target infrastructure, they target entities.

The entity-based intelligence approach has to converge with the infrastructural security approach of the enterprise.


There are security product silos within an organisation, there are silos between organisations. A CISO’s vantage point is limited to the logical borders of his/her enterprise. A cyber-attack knows no such boundaries.

An Advanced Persistent Threat is mostly seen compromising entities and individuals within an industry vertical or a critical national sector. There was no automated way to facilitate the sharing of intelligence across such peers.

An enterprise today stands incapable of defending against a motivated nation state or a non-state actor on its own.

AT THE CUSP OF A CYBER INTELLIGENCE REVOLUTION

The introduction of inter-operable and vendor-agnostic standards like STIX, TAXII and CybOX have sparked a revolution in cyber threat intelligence. It creates a universal taxonomy of a cyber attack, allowing the Indicators of Compromise to be defined, stored and disseminated in realtime across platforms and organisations. The national cyberspace encompassing critical sectors and key industry verticals can now form a part of the homeland security apparatus.

BHUJANG: AN ENABLER FOR HOMELAND CYBER RESPONSE

BREAKS THE SECURITY SILOS

Automated sharing of cyber indicators across products & orgs. A structured, universal approach





BUILD ADAPTIVE DEFENCES

Existing security products actually start talking to each other in the same language, bidirectionally

COLLABORTIVE & COMPATIBLE

Voluntary metadata sharing framework, making no sacrifices for privacy. Leverages existing security architecture





SCALES TO MEET HOMELAND SECURITY

Like-minded orgs come together under critical sectors & industry verticals, defending national cyberspace

A cyber intelligence platform for critical national sectors & key industry verticals

Structured Threat Intelligence
Leverage the inter-operable, vendor-agnostic cyber threat metadata sharing standards like STIX-TAXII to build dynamic defences
Contextual Situational Awareness
Generate military-grade intelligence that closely maps to the ever-changing context of the organisation by bridging the infrastructural and security operations layers
Automated Breach Analytics
Decision-oriented analysis that learns from the heaps of untapped information lying within and across the organisational boundaries