The patent addresses methods to determine an individual’s or entity’s risk of being targeted by a cyberattack or cybercrime based on quantifying their online presence.
Calculating a digital vulnerability score helps determine an individual’s susceptibility of being targeted for a cyberattack or cybercrime
Annapolis, Md., September 23, 2020 – Orbis Technologies, Inc., a global leader in providing component enterprise content management (ECM) and highly specialized cloud analytics software, announced this week the issuance of a new patent entitled, “Determining Digital Vulnerability based on an Online Presence” (US 10,785,250 B2).
This patent addresses methods to determine an individual’s or entity’s risk of being targeted by a cyberattack or cybercrime based on quantifying their online presence. The online information is evaluated for the presence of personally identifying information (PII) features, which are used to calculate a digital vulnerability (DV) score.
“The Digital Vulnerability patent underscores our continued commitment to security research that protects our clients and users of our software,” says Brian Ippolito, President & CEO of Orbis Technologies, Inc.
Since 2014 Orbis has received 11 U.S. patents in various content management technology components such as Big Data, semantic search, and content correlation.
Orbis Technologies, Inc. is an established global leader in delivering innovative technology to companies ranging from Fortune 50 to the U.S. Federal Government. Orbis specializes in well-recognized advanced semantic driven enterprise content management (ECM) platforms and highly specialized cloud analytics software. Their elite team of subject-matter experts helps clients assess, optimize, and build next-generation digital content platforms. Orbis has headquarters in Annapolis (MD) with offices in Audubon (PA), and Orlando (FL) with subsidiaries in Chennai, India, and Sydney, Australia.