Promia Raven systems are designed to produce actionable security intelligence in both machine-readable formats for immediate response and formats for human understanding for forensic study, trend analysis, and increased awareness. It includes a centralized command Naval Operating Center-based management operation with rugged shipboard deployments; robust enough to handle the detected attacks and policy violation incidents.
“Raven also has an extensive set of tools to remotely diagnose and resolve network operation issues such as routing loops, unauthorized applications, or compromised equipments,” explains Mullen. For instance, when Raven is integrated with BMC BladeLogic for Server Automation, it is able to remotely reinstall the appropriate OS, application suite, and relevant data on a computer that had been crippled by malware—without human intervention.
Promia is on a mission to extend the security boundaries beyond the shore infrastructure and provide ships with an intelligent security monitoring and assessment capability.
Raven has an extensive set of tools to remotely diagnose and resolve network operation issues such as routing loops, unauthorized applications, or compromised equipments
In addition, Promia OWL Managed Security Monitoring service combines a team of security experts and a rigorous process for incident detection and response to provide organizations real-time feedback regarding the impact of a network’s security. In one instance, a Promia customer experienced cyberattacks from outside the country and wanted to combine its network security with seamless network operations to keep the business up and running. With Promia’s OWL monitoring service, the client was able to quickly identify the issues and thwart the attack. “We reduced the daily security event count—comprised of informational warnings and external scans. Promia also demonstrated quantifiable benefits in costs, manpower, and productivity,” asserts Mullen.
Forging ahead, “We are focusing on securely monitoring the new Electromagnetic Pulse sensors to extend our infrastructure to Smart Cities, Port Security, and the IoT,” affirms Mullen. Furthermore, the CEO intends to unleash a new counter-drone capability that includes ship, shore and land based radar, acoustic, radio frequency, military cameras with computer assisted visual analytic sensors to detect and in some cases destroy adversary drones.