Airline leaked 9.4 million customers personal privacy,could face huge fines of $4 billion.

Recently, an airline issued an announcement on its website. It revealed that the personal data of about 9.4 million passengers were stolen. The incident began in March, confirmed in May, and announced in October. Personal information includes passenger name, nationality, telephone number, passport number, etc. In this incident,business not only faces with the crisis of brand image and customer confidence,it may face a huge fine of nearly $4 billion due to its failure to notify the incident in time under the EU's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Let the business grow in the long term | Start with protecting assets
At the network security level, the most common challenges for businesses are prevention, detection, and response to protect business endpoints, servers, networks, and sensitive data. Installing anti-virus software is the first step. However, in the face of today's endless network attacks, this step is relatively passive. The airline incident started with a system anomaly in March and confirmed the leakage of data in May. It was announced in October and the whole process lasted for more than six months. A company spokesperson said that it took so long to find out exactly what happened.
The environment faced by businesses is complex and severe. Especially for airlines with
large-scale business, many employees, and extremely valuable customer information stored, they will naturally become the target of hackers.
Today, companies should use the widest range of potential sources to obtain anti-virus
information in order to make predictive adjustments and adapt to an evolving security
environment. Targeted attacks, advanced stubborn threats (APT), zero-day viruses, and
botnet activity are hard to find for security engineers who only get relevant information from the company's internal network environment.
On the contrary; using artificial intelligence and machine learning, early warning, and
monitoring various threats from inside and outside of company, businesses can then respond in a timely manner and reduce losses.
Preventing data leakage depends on professional software assistance
X-FORT electronic data control system, integrated protection, without loopholes
In planning control, many system authorisations of MIS and senior executives and
managerswith the most information but not under supervision will be ignored. The
employers’mindset is always different from that of the employees. The managers want
convenience. Employees want to work smoothly.In order not to cause inconvenience to
employees’ work, but also make the employers feel at ease,internal security control is
indispensable. X-FORT allows MIS system setting, managers to check the information,senior executives to easily master reports and easily manage internal security.
Main functions
· Integrate AD to provide remote deployment
·Protection features include any channels that may write data
· Does not change the user's operating experience, does not affect the user's computer
operation
·Humanistic and intuitive UI management interface, zero learning costfor managers
· Instant warning, regular delivery of operation reports, mastering the usage condition of
employees' computers
· Select functions according to the requirements of business security, and provide flexible
space for future expansion

Customer Satisfaction

Company Profile

Established in 1989, FineArt Technology Co., Ltd. began as a team of NCTU graduates that shared the same vision in professional software R&D.
The company has collaborated with international companies and is widely acclaimed for its compact, speedy, and accurate program features from the first local Desk Top Publishing (DTP) to Handwriting Recognition (HR). FineArt Technology’s product line has received positive feedback from its customers over the past 20 years.
In addition to substantial OEM/ODM market development, FineArt Technology also engages in information protection, computer asset management, and USB application software to provide professional Data Leak Protection (DLP) for enterprise and personal users and meet customers’ software product requirements. The company persists in stringent quality control and enthusiasm in providing customers with the most comprehensive and reliable products and services.
FineArt Technology holds great pride in its technology and R&D experiences. Other than numerous national awards and more than 110 patents locally and overseas, it has also excelled in domestic and overseas product sales. FineArt software is found in one of seven USB flash drives worldwide! It also successfully gained entry in the Japanese market with high-quality information security products used by many world-renowned customers. Its handwriting recognition software is also adopted by CASIO, the leading electronic dictionary manufacturer in Japan with over 3 million authorized sales annually. Not only has FineArt established reputable credibility amongst its clients, it has also proved its mature and reliable professionalism in software.
As its name implies, FineArt insists on developing the most innovative and functional products in pursuit of art and beauty. With years of R&D experience, FineArt aims to achieve innovative breakthroughs and expand overseas markets so that Taiwan can become one of the world leaders in software technology.

NetJapan releases an Updated ActiveVisor™

NetJapan releases the next iteration of ActiveVisor™, a centralized solution for managing ActiveImage Protector™ clients featuring a new browser-based console, and expanded license management.

Tokyo – NetJapan, Inc., publisher of backup, disaster recovery, and virtualization software solutions, announces a new release of ActiveVisor, a centralized solution for managing ActiveImage Protector backup clients. ActiveVisor now includes a new browser-based console, expanded license management, and support for Microsoft Azure.

New Features:

  • Browser-based Console
    Administrators can manage, monitor, and modify backup agents, and task schedules from any location using a new browser-based console. 
  • Expanded License Management
    New offline-mode provides client licenses on environments that are not connected to the internet. 
  • Centralized Management of Microsoft Azure Clients
    Manage Azure Virtual Clients connected to local network domains. 
  • Improved Console Performance
    ActiveVisor’s new console has improved responsiveness and lower resource consumption, resulting in smoother console operation.
  • Enhanced Client Monitoring Panel
    An auto-scroll feature in the monitoring panel displays alerts of the latest changes occurring on clients. When a monitored client’s status changes, the client’s information will automatically display at the top of the panel.

Standard Features

  • Graphical Dashboard
    The dashboard window provides a graphical representation of computers on the network, OS types, ActiveImage protected client machines, and visually draws attention to the status of task execution.
  • Client Grouping
    Clients can be grouped for management purposes. Groups can be rearranged, if necessary, based on changes to a systems configuration.
  • Detailed and Flexible Scheduling
    Schedules may be configured based on individual client requirements, or apply a predefined scheduled template to deploy a pattern-based backup schedule to batches of clients.
  • Push Install
    The Push Installer lists unmanaged clients in the Domain or workgroup, and can  remotely install the ActiveImage Protector agents to unmanaged clients.
  • License Manager
    The License Manager provides the centralized management of ActiveImage protected clients by displaying product key information for licensed client machines, and can reassign client licenses as needed. 

ActiveVisor is provided at no additional charge to ActiveImage Protector users who have valid annual maintenance contracts.