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DRING by Dr. Ankur Srivastava and dsats

DSATS DRING by Dr. Ankur Srivastava

Offline cyber security platform enables the network administrator to monitor connection and uncover threats within seconds.

New Delhi, India DSATS has released a deep network analysis software (within a virtual application) that can monitor all connections from within a network. Deep Network Monitoring (DRING) consists of its own DNS, DHCP, Mail, HTTP and associated proxy servers so that it can serve as a one stop server within a corporate network to provide security and monitor connections.

DRING by Dr. Ankur Srivastava is not a simple monitoring suite but also enables security of devices in the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) corporate landscape. DRING once installed on a device provides the following features:
Analysis of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) data communication.
802.11x WiFi communications and hashes.
WiMax, GSM/3G/4G and 5G.
Low frequency radio monitoring.
Ability to decode hardware attacks from external ports and internal chipset.
Internal or company owned device management features that include password bypass and activity monitoring.
TCP, UDP and Networking protocols along with detailed analysis by each IP, MAC or machine name.

DRING enables device security across network end points by providing the following features:

Remotely wipe data
Detect non compliant devices and fix compliance and reporting
Secured network access for mobile, desktop and other connected devices
Distribute local apps with a click
Setup email, scan attachment and update settings with ease
Secure file transfer and scanning services
Automatic document update and sharing

Ankur Srivastava, the architect of the DRING software suite said that DRING provides an offline security solution for a small to medium size organisation and starts running out of the box. The DRING platform does not require extensive setup as it can auto detect the network topology and assist in identification of misconfigured devices, threats or vulnerabilities within a few seconds. Furthermore, the user of this platform can be rest assured that their data belongs to them as DRING can be patched and updated via offline files and does not dial outside the network to check for upgrades or updates.

The DRING solution is available for sale for integration within existing platforms or as a standalone software for USD 1,999 per y ...

News Release: DRING by Dr. Ankur Srivastava and dsats
Submitted on: February 03, 2023 11:19:52 AM
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