DruvStar, a leading provider of innovative and award-winning cyber defense solutions, has announced the issuance of a new patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office. Patent No. 11,575,702, issued in February 2023, strengthens the company’s product portfolio in data safety and cyber-defense.
This patented technology offers an advanced layer of protection against data breaches and policy violations, both intentional and unintentional, using artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and data safety policies. It provides comprehensive insight into data flow and automatically flags policy violations that interest both security and IT teams, enabling compliance with security controls and regulatory requirements.
“We are honored to receive this patent, which is a testament to our commitment to innovation and excellence in the field of data safety,” said Manjit Gombra Singh, Founder and CEO of DruvStar. “This technology enables administrators to quickly respond to potential threats and proactively identify areas of risk. We are excited about the potential impact of this technology in defending our clients.”
This technology has broad applicability across industries, including iGaming, SportsBetting, Casinos, Healthcare, Hospitality, Finance, and any business where data safety is critical.
DruvStar DataVision™ is a proprietary data observability platform that gives customers the ability to continuously monitor and track their data, providing data governance and protection across their data sources and users. It provides customers with unprecedented visibility of their data, helping them to inventory sensitive data accurately, understand who has access to it, and ensure compliance.
DataVision offers many features, such as a Comprehensive Security Data Map which provides customers with a comprehensive view of their data across apps, microservices, and data stores. It offers rich data flow and a powerful engine to automatically detect and alert on violations. In addition, the solution includes advanced AI/ML and UEBA-based anomaly detection, as well as pre-configured data protection policies.