Watchful Software is focused on providing data-centric information protection that works. It also provides advanced persistent security solutions that keep sensitive information safe from security breaches resulting from either accidental or malicious disclosure.
Our company was formed to protect an organization’s most critical asset after its people – its information. Our technologies address the growing need for protecting sensitive and proprietary information against accidental or malicious theft, leakage, or loss. Leveraging key technologies including advanced encryption algorithms, digital rights management, and eBiometrics, Watchful has developed a suite of solutions that ensure only authorized personnel have access to enterprise systems and information, protecting against potentially massive economic and competitive damage from cyber-terrorists and information thieves.
Watchful Software is expert in the Keystroke Dynamics technique in persistent security mechanism to constantly authenticate users or detect intruders. We are expert in requirements of Keystroke Dynamics tool in terms of accuracy (False Rejection Rate vs False Acceptance Rate), text sample size to validate/detect and speed of detection.
We also have a patent pending for the system and method for intrusion detection through Keystroke Dynamics.
Coordinate to define the final framework to connect the learning platforms to TeSLA. Describe the data for the Keystroke Dynamics module. Which information will be required to capture from the user and any detail important for our Keystroke Dynamics module to work.
Develop/adapt the Keystroke Dynamics module following the specifications of the final system.
Due to extensive experience of WSFS in the integration of biometric instruments for enforcing authentication, it will lead the integration process (WP6). In addition, they will be responsible on the development of the keystroke dynamics instrument in WP5, and will participate in the exploitation of the project (WP9), improving the security of their systems with some of the developed instruments
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