Daedalus Monitors Cyber-Attack In Realtime 3D (+VIDEO)



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Every day cyber-attacks grow more elaborated, so a Japanese company NICT has recently presented an innovative system,  Daedalus, that will revolutionize the way companies and countries can monitor cyber-attacks in full realtime 3D representation. If someone gets an email with a virus for example, the system can quickly identify the IP address that is spreading it and shut it down at once. According to NICT the software can already track 190,000 IP addresses in realtime. The 3D circles rotating around the globe (which is the Internet itself) represent the group or company in which they are monitoring. The smart software can monitor many entities at once and get notified, once again, via 3D graphical representation when a cyber-attack occurs. This is not only when it happens, but instantly where it happens and who the attacker is.
Via:bitrebels.com
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