Kriptos classifies documents automatically through Artificial Intelligence (AI); its algorithms analyze and detect more than 1000 variables and characteristics per document to determine its sensitivity level (Confidential, Restricted, Internal Use, Public).
We train our Artificial Intelligence algorithms for each client to improve accuracy and adapt to each company's formats.
Kriptos classifies unstructured Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides, Sheets, and Docs.
Currently, Kriptos only classifies unstructured information (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF, others) on computers, servers, and the cloud. The most significant risk that a company faces in terms of security and control is the neglect of this type's information.
Yes, the Kriptos tag is compatible with any cybersecurity tool with the ability to read DLP or CASB type metadata.
Local disks (Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 OS)
File Server (Windows Server 2012 onwards)
Cloud (Google Drive, Shared Drives, One Drive, Sharepoint).
Kriptos is a cloud-based solution. That is, it does not require infrastructure or a dedicated server. Being a SaaS service, Kriptos services are hosted on our cloud infrastructure without investing in new infrastructure locally.
The Kriptos Web Platform provides access to reports that allow evidence: risk users, risk areas, information obsolescence, document distribution, ROI, probability of information leakage, and much more. The Kriptos Web Console allows clients to make decisions regarding their cybersecurity strategy to strengthen it.
Kriptos trains its algorithms through a process that takes 3-4 weeks in which we run three parallel exercises designed to customize its intelligence to suit each client.
Kriptos detects new or edited documents during classification times and classifies them according to their content.
Yes, the Kriptos installer can be sent through a Software Installation task of any mass deployment tool such as, for example, Antivirus Administration Consoles that have this possibility, from GPO (Group Policy) through Active Directory (Active Directory). To carry out a massive deployment of the Kriptos Agent, all Windows workstations must be connected to the same network or, failing that, through a secure VPN connection.
Yes, currently, Kriptos can adapt its classification levels to 4, 3, and 2 levels of sensitivity with any type of name or particular denomination that the client has established in its information classification policy.
Yes, Kriptos handles three types of algorithms. The first analyzes the level of sensitivity in the document's content, the second data with credit cards, and the third personal data to facilitate the protection and compliance with regulations such as PCI, GDPR, or Similar.