With new attack vectors targeting IT ecosystems emerging regularly, the role of enterprise data security is dramatically expanding. Systems administrators charged with the task of protecting an organizationâ€™s information must be able to rely on their core cryptographic infrastructure to protect their sensitive data.
Futurexâ€™s Hardened Enterprise Security Platform is known for its protection of this confidential data for some of the largest Tier-1 organizations in the world. One of the components that allows Futurex solutions to stand apart from other security providers is our Base Architecture Model, a common code platform and user interface used across our technology.
Cryptographic infrastructures that do not utilize a common platform like Futurexâ€™s Base Architecture Model often face many challenges in updating their technology, such as delayed updates and difficulty sharing useful features between different products. When systems administrators must source individual components from different vendors, numerous delays happen because they are forced to make changes for each individual component as well as make separate, time consuming upgrades to their entire system. Similarly, while performing quality assurance and testing, an application that may work on one component of the infrastructure may not function properly on another. The users again would have to manually adapt the application to work on both devices.
As new updates are made to Futurexâ€™s product suite, however, the Base Architecture Model allows new features to be seamlessly and quickly replicated on all future releases of the entire product line.Â This provides expedited access to new features for our customers, allowing them rapid access to the efforts of our research and development teams. This accelerated feature development guarantees peak performance in all devices that continuously work to combat new threats as well increase ease-of-use.
To learn more, visit our webpage detailing Futurexâ€™s Base Architecture Model.