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Zebi Launches Advanced Forensically Monitored and Secured Cloud Infrastructure

Zebi Secure Cloud maintains data in a digitally indestructible container on every system. 

Zebi has launched Zebi Secure Cloud, leveraging its blockchain related patents to develop this data logging and integrity management system for cloud forensics, thus enabling a forensically monitored approach to secure cloud data and infrastructure.

Zebi Secure Cloud maintains data in a digitally indestructible container on every system, much like a flight recorder on aircrafts. In the case of an event, this can be retrieved at any time to provide an analysis of what actually happened. The product uses a blockchain based data logging and integrity management system empowering organizations to forensically logging events, advanced monitoring and analytics, integrated data encryption as a service and backup & recovery.

Zebi Secure Cloud monitors events leading up to the incident, permits the analysis of logs during and after a security event. It uses ML for log analysis, and flag suspicious activities in real time crucial for fast, effective monitoring, streamlining root cause analysis and reduce false positives for IT operational intelligence. 

“Zebi Secure cloud is an enterprise product built over the past few months with our research in the blockchain space. We have just completed beta testing with some marquee customers and going into production now. Blockchain as a space is nascent, but evolving quickly and while there has been regulatory uncertainty in government opportunities, we are seeing certain use cases ramp up. We are very excited about the huge market potential for our product,” said Pruthvi Rao, CEO, Zebi,

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