AsterionDB Zero Trust Architecture

The AsterionDB Zero-Trust Architecture and Software Development Platform

Cybersecurity threats dominate the news!!!

The cost of a breach is astronomical. Don’t be a victim. Be proactive.

Build and retro-fit Zero-Trust capabilities into your applications and system architecture. AsterionDB leads the way with a zero-trust development platform made specifically for the Oracle environment.

AsterionDB makes it easy to build applications and architectures that exhibit a high degree of alignment with the goals outlined by the U.S. Zero Trust Initiative: U.S. DoD Zero Trust Execution Roadmap

Creating a secure, Zero Trust compliant system is easy when you start with AsterionDB!

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How Do We Do It?

We accomplish this by leveraging the most secure database platform available, the Oracle Database, and extend its capabilities to make it easy to store unstructured data. This allows you to place your insecure file-based data under the Oracle security umbrella.

Instead of static file names, which is the Achilles Heel of software design, we use keywords and tags. When you need a file name, we generate one on the fly as a transactional event. This ensures trackability and granular control over your assets. Another big benefit of no static file names is that we remove the mechanism used by ransomware and hackers to discover assets and map your network.

Next, we make it easy to incorporate all of your logic in the Oracle Database. Now, your data sits underneath your logic. This makes it easy to ensure that your secure, audited business logic is governing the access and utilization of all of your data – both structured and unstructured data.

With AsterionDB, we help you to build secure a computing apparatus.

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Tutorial Chapter 1 – Getting Started

Get started quickly and easily with AsterionDB by watching this video.
In this video we will introduce the AsterionDB Digital Bunker and show you how to start writing applications following the patterns and techniques that power AsterionDB.

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The NoFS Initiative by Tim Robertson, V.P. of Technology

The contemporary file system’s organization traces its roots back to the early days of electronic computing, organized similar to the physical filing system it was intended to replace. The physical location of a file is a leaf in a hierarchical tree structure. Security is applied at the level of the container and enforced, typically, through the honor system.

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