March 28, 2019

Acuris Risk Intelligence unveils ‘Cybercheck’ to monitor compromised information

The solution seeks to allow businesses and individuals to identify whether the data has been compromised by hackers or not.

Data intelligence provider Acuris have launched Cybercheck, a database that enables businesses to monitor and identify compromised information. With this solution, Acuris aims to protect sensitive financial information that is crucial for organizations of all shapes and sizes.

According to Acuris, securing organizational information is key for their progress and enterprises are taking necessary steps to ensure this security. They say that this information can be misused by hackers and miscreants by gaining access to the enterprise’s database.

By unveiling Cybercheck, Acuris believe that they will help enterprises to secure sensitive financial information by leveraging their database solution. They say that with this solution, enterprises will be able to monitor compromised data, mitigate identifies risks, improve GDPR compliance and assess data breach in M&A and corporate transactions.

Acuris claim that their solution enables users to search via APIs against specific records to facilitate 24/7 monitoring capabilities. They believe that this approach will give them a unique advantage over machine-driven search tools.

Joel Lange, Managing Director, Acuris Risk Intelligence states that since a large number of enterprises need to secure sensitive financial data, encrypting this information is crucial. He further added that with this launch, businesses will be able to seamlessly search, monitor and mitigate attacks to avoid a data breach.

Market experts say that this solution will allow enterprises of all shapes and sizes to protect important organizational information. It will be interesting to see how Acuris makes the most of Cybercheck, following the partnership of Censof and WISeKey to protect sensitive data.