The project we are putting forward is Behavioral Enhanced Encryption. As now cyber security is a serious threat to our privacy and online data, there us a need to overcome this issue with certain technique so that to an extent we are safe.
Our idea is unique in this aspect and could revolutise the security services that are currently provided by online services. This technique provides an advanced layer of security to safeguard the online accounts.
The principle on how it works is, by using an intuitive AI program that monitors a user's behavior when using any online services and other social accounts. So this program will understand the usage pattern whenever any user activity is registered. Thus for example, if the user regularly updates a social account or when he logs into an e-account such as banking, the program will understand this pattern of online usage by the user, thus if any suspicious action is taken such as hacking an account will be identified and will be alerted to the user instantly and that user service will be blocked until further actions are taken.
Our Behavorial Enhanced Encryption technique will not acquire any user data but instead monitor the user usage pattern to activate this technique.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: Akash Pradeesh
Type of entry: individual
Akash is inspired by:
A secure safeguard of our online accounts will be the key motive of our idea for this project. Aim of the project will be to compliment the existing online security services that is been currently provided by the major security products, thus our technique could provide a new method of online safeguard measurement, though the complete prevention of cyber threats cannot be warded off.
Its a complete new method were by without accessing any user data by just understanding the usage pattern it will be able to secure our accounts to an extended period. Another key feature that can be achieved from this project is that there will much more human computer relation (as an extent to AI) thereby preventing any excessive usage of protocols such as long passwords, extra hardware needed for biometrics all can be avoided if this programme technique can be integrated as a service.
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