Toyo Corporation launches AI centric cybersecurity technology

By Akshay Kedari  Date: 2020-02-26

Toyo Corporation launches AI centric cybersecurity technology
  • SYNESIS AURORA facilitates intelligent transfer of data, captures network traffic ensure complete network efficiency
  • Toyo Corporation will reveal SYNESIS AURORA at RSA 2020 held from February 24 to 28 in San Francisco.

Japanese test and measurement firm- Toyo Corporation has reportedly unveiled an AI powered program named SYNESIS AURORA which carries the ability to recognize network anomalies which may be difficult to identify otherwise. 

Reportedly, the technology is hardware led and is engineered with advanced and innovative hashing and anomaly detection analysis.

Prominent features of the novel AI solution include the ability to capture, record, process and understand more than 20 billion bytes of information per second. Synesis Aurora detects irregularities even in the most complex network systems providing visibility and data insights to the engineers which they may require to protect their network systems.

For the record, rise in data rates, improving standards, software defined networking and visualization has led to an intricate network environment. Engineers today are facing huge data volumes that are moving in and out of the networks that they manage.

Engineers realize that the network abnormalities are difficult to manage without any advanced tool and a possible security violation can take place which may put the entire business at risk.

Apparently, traditional security mechanisms are designed for real-time analysis and comprise of a restricted storage capacity. This storage limitation prevents them from employing AI and machine learning strategies in their product design.

Citing reports, AURORA is the most recent addition to the TOYO SENSIS group of network systems. The technology renders high-speed transfer of data, detects and analysis any irregularities in the network platform with the help of AI technology.

Notably, SYNESIS ARORA facilitates wide and deep visibility to the engineers to study the behavior of the network and detect any issues in the system. It also provides complete protection to the network solution.

SYNESIS AURORA will ship worldwide from early 2021 in a limited version however, the company will provide early access of the product to certain customers.

Source Credits: https://www.marketscreener.com/TOYO-CORPORATION-6492346/news/TOYO-Corporation-Unveils-Hardware-Accelerated-Cybersecurity-Solution-30058079/

 

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