The philosophy behind the Secured Sharing platform originates from defense and supports four basic phases in an infinite loop:
1) Observe and collect information
2) Orientate & correlate
3) Decide based on available information
4) Act by giving orders or requests
This is the basis of our platform on which almost all contemporary organizations can act more effectively and efficiently.
The platform enables integration and configuration for gaining insight and control. Whereas the software has a uniform interface for connecting people, sensors and/or data. The dynamic environment serves multiple functionalities simultaneously, is secured and offers a simple interface for sharing and control. A multi-user, multi-stakeholder approach is used to display information on a 'need to know' or 'need to share' basis. This platform is scalable and easy to expand by connecting to new or older existing systems. The platform facilitates the flow of information and dashboarding.
The support of algorithmes, sensors and other applications enable information enrichment. And the results can be presented via different presentations like virtual reality, augmented reality, etc.
The data and its use are different aspects that have been included in the design. They have been decoupled from the start so that the platform can serve multiple 'portals' for different users or different information owners. It is possible to bring together information from different parties and only share it with authorized persons without the intervention of system administrators. As a result, each user group gets the picture and workflows of what is functionally needed. Simple configurable workflows or messages allow users to quickly use the platform optimally.
Simple configurable options to integrate new workflows, integration or standard values.
Flexible architecture to support public, private, hybrid or distributed clouds.
High graded security due to stack of multiple cybersecurity technologies.
Information can shared (and revoked) partially or as a whole on 'need to know' basis.
The use of standards simplifies integration of existing information sources. Non-standards can be integrated as well though.
Information that is released can by shared through configurable dashboards or via API's to use in legacy dashboard systems.
Sharing information is possible between organizations with different security levels to enlarge collaboration.
Support of different roles due to access to different information resources or task management. Each role has unique security level (need to know).
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