CyleronCentry™ Deep Learning Continuous
User Authentication Software
Software Solutions: CyleronCentry
Coming Soon: CyleronCentry offers a continuous user authentication & behavioral biometrics machine learning software platform. The platform uses advanced deep neural network techniques to process keyboard data and create a detailed behavioral-biometric profile to match the individual user. In the event an anomaly is detected, the administrator or system security professional is notified immediately via any method of their choosing for analysis. In addition, the workstation in question can issue a typing challenge for the user, be immediately locked remotely by the system administrator, or CyleronCentry can automatically lock the workstation.
The AI software firm Cyleron has launched a new behavioral biometrics security solution designed for corporate customers. Dubbed CyleronCentry, the new platform uses keyboard biometrics and machine learning to build a user profile based on the typing habits of an employee.
That profile can then be used as a template to provide ongoing passive authentication. If it seems like someone else is sitting at the keyboard, CyleronCentry will alert the system’s administrator to trigger a more thorough investigation.
“CyleronCentry’s enhanced detection capabilities make it a valuable and formidable addition to a company’s cybersecurity arsenal,” said Cyleron CEO Susan Rebner. “By continuously authenticating users with their unique behavioral footprint, CyleronCentry forever changes the traditional password authentication landscape.”
Like other biometric authentication solutions, CyleronCentry offers password-free security that reduces the threat of a breach due to lost or stolen authentication credentials. Cyleron is one of several players active in the space, which includes other keyboard biometrics specialists like TypingDNA in addition to more all-encompassing platforms like BioCatch.
Cyleron is pushing CyleronCentry as a modern cybersecurity alternative. The company argues that passwords have become obsolete, especially when it comes to high-level enterprise security.