Allure Security patents method for data protection with behavioral biometrics

Data loss prevention company Allure Security has been issued a patent for a method of applying behavioral biometrics to detect network attacks using stolen credentials or hijacked user sessions.

“System Level User Behavior Biometrics Using Feature Extraction and Monitoring” has been accepted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and describes the installation of a sensor and selection of discriminating operating system audit data to identify attackers with high accuracy, according to the announcement. The method also involves detecting interaction with decoy documents, which strongly indicates malicious activity.

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Posted by Mikala Vidal on Jun 21, 2018 12:12:00 PM
Mikala Vidal

Mikala Vidal

Mikala Vidal is the VP of marketing for Allure Security, responsible for driving the company’s go-to-market strategy, channel partner marketing, sales enablement, lead generation and communications.
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