WiMi Hologram Cloud to Develop A Data Security Risk Perception System
WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI) (“WiMi” or the “Company”), a leading global Hologram Augmented Reality (“AR”) Technology provider, today announced that it is developing its own Data Security Risk Perception System based on technologies such as holographic signature feature detection, historical data behavior baseline, multi-dimensional modeling, statistical analysis, holographic parallel cut, artificial intelligence, etc., to conduct complete data and scenario-based analysis of massive data. The system can generate holographic dynamic data maps through data observation, supervision, privacy protection, and due diligence audit.
WiMi’s Data Security Risk Perception System is like a parallel space in a multi-dimensional space, intertwined with massive business logical data but independent of each other. It can defend potential risks throughout the cycle and effectively control the entire system while not being bound by the R&D cycle. The system integrates security capabilities with the infrastructure and applications while decoupling complex business logic in complex and risky scenarios. For data assets in core network areas and critical business applications, the system monitors and audits the whole process of their transmission and behavior in the network. The system, combining multi-dimensional correlation analysis of users, devices, and applications, can present a dynamic holographic view of the flow of data assets in the network in real time. The system surpasses traditional security infrastructure in terms of accuracy, efficiency, and versatility. It can directly detect and block various complex attacks within the application, building a new holographic “boundary” for data security flow. It also ensures that every data is under its supervision, thus shifting the focus from data inflow and outflow channel security to the whole data security lifecycle.
WiMi has also gained a number of practical invention patents in digital holographic technology, such as a Body Hologram Compression Storage System For Digital Data, a Body Hologram Image Storage System, and a Miniaturized Body Hologram Storage and Identification system. In these systems, the hologram receiving module, the hologram caching module, the compression module, and the transmission module are each holographically connected to the system control module. The hologram receiving module consists of two input methods: the LVDS interface and the BNC interface. The original hologram is deserialized through the LVDS interface and then sent to the hologram cache module, which is passed to the compression module for compression and encoding operations. An external camera on the BNC interface on the circuit board captures the raw hologram data and stores it in compressed form. This method takes up less space and can achieve a “hologram flow” of the data, efficiently achieving total spatial and temporal recall of the data and multi-dimensional perception.
With years of deep plowing in technology, WiMi will continue using holographic technology, artificial intelligence algorithms, and other technologies to safeguard network and information security continuously. It will empower industrial development through information technology to provide value and help for the digital transformation of enterprises and to escort the stable operation of the Internet information infrastructure.