Malicious hackers bent on breaching network security often target systems' network nodes. Stopping determined bad guys is easier when you have the power of invisibility. Even the savviest cybercriminals can't hit what they can't see.
Becoming invisible is an available superpower, a way of cloaking the addresses of a systems' network nodes. The strategy underpins a software infrastructure known as the Cyberspace Operations Infrastructure (CSOI). Developed by IMPRES Technology Solutions, the CSOI is a fabric-based architecture that integrates with security, topology and protocols on multiple levels. CSOI leaves hackers in the dark, unable to identify potentially vulnerable targets.
Cloaking also has other benefits, such as speeding data transfer among diverse networks that share similarly cloaked data and devices. And as invisibility configurations developed for government and military networks begin to reach a broader audience, other uses of the technology are emerging.
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