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HYBRID SYMMETRIC ENCRYPTION ENGINE

VARIABLE STRENGTH WAVEFORM BLOCK-CIPHER COMBINED WITH MAXIMUM SPEED STREAM-CIPHER TECHNOLOGY

 TARGETED CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY-EXCHANGE  

SECURE KEY TRANSFER MECHANISM WITH SIMPLE / REALTIME SIGNAL ENCRYPTION CAPABILITIES 

POWERING E2E ENCRYPTION ACROSS ANY PLATFORM, A ROBUST PEER-TO-PEER SYMMETRIC KEY EXCHANGE MECHANISM 

WORLDWIDE END-TO-END ENCRYPTION

HYPER-FAST ENCRYPTED DATA TRANSMISSION 

MAJOR SPEED AND SECURITY UPGRADE TO DATA TRANSFERS SIGNIFICANTLY OVER SECURE-FTP

OPTIMIZED SYMMETRIC ENCRYPTION ENGINE

Ground-breaking encryption strength & speed in an ultra-lightweight package
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WHAT IS

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XSOC Cryptosystem is a purpose-built, customizable, encryption engine designed to provide Quantum-Safe information security, using FIPS 140-2 validated functionality, for any data stored or any data sent, shared, transferred, mi- grated, or streamed - regardless of size or format, and can be integrated into new or existing cybersecurity applications or workflows.

Meeting Today's Challenges

XSOC is generally STRONGER and FASTER than most other forms of symmetric encryption. With a variable strength ("wave form") style of cryptographic key interpreter, XSOC delivers a premium value in the following areas:

  • Streaming heavy-weight digital media (like High-Def video or Zoom meetings) whereby other ciphers are often too slow (or demanding on a CPU) to be applied at full strength

  • Streaming ultra-light weight data (like IOT sensors) whereby other ciphers typically encumber the data they produce with crypto-headers or superfluous size increases.

  • Long-term data archival; others are limited to 256bit - XSOC flexes to 51,200bit strength

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We are proud to announce that the XSOC Cryptosystem has received FIPS 140-2 Certification (Cert #4028) after extensive testing and validation by AEGISOLVE  (NVLAP Lab Code: 200802-0).


The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, established the Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2.  The FIPS 140-2 standard is is an information technology security accreditation program for validating that the cryptographic modules produced by private sector companies meet well-defined security standards.


The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) dictates that U.S. government agencies, contractors, and third parties working for federal agencies, are required to use FIPS 140-2 cryptography.  Regulated industries such as Finance and Healthcare, as well as nearly all global consumer data privacy regulations & laws, either mandate or strongly recommend the use of encryption. 

 

TARGETED CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY EXCHANGE

UL 2900-1 Certified secure key transfer mechanism design to empower industrial, broadcast, and multi-cast environments
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WHAT IS

SOCKET

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SOCKET is a cryptographic key-exchange mechanism designed for near-field / radiofrequency and wireless transmissions that provide hardened encryption security closed-circuit, limited-distance, or intermittent (ad-hoc) network environments. Certified under UL's Cybersecurity Assurance Program, it provides an equally stable and secure mechanism of key infrastructure for more permanent network environments. 

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Meeting Today's Challenges

SOCKET provides a secure solution for SYMMETRIC key exchange and enables security in environments where TLS (SSL Certificates) are undesirable or infeasible. A key attraction to SOCKET is the ability to run on or off Wi-Fi, Windows, or Linux, as well as any small form-factor device. For highly secure environments that are concerned about the update frequency of SSL certificates, SOCKET can run for longer without maintenance, making it more appropriate for rugged or dangerous environments with a dramatically reduced attack-surface of any network environmentcompared to SSL/TLS.

Use and application examples may include:

  • Securing of drone-to-drone communications

  • Tactical encrypted walkie-talkies

  • Other similar (battlefield) type environments that require rapid setup and tear-down

 

WORLDWIDE END-TO-END ENCRYPTION

Powering E2E encryption across any platform with a robust peer-to-peer symmetric key exchange mechanism
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WHAT IS

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WAN-SOCKET, similar to SOCKET, is designed for exchanging, distributing, and facilitating the movement of encryption keys generated by symmetric encryption engines or algorithms between senders and receivers, over WAN or Fully-Open globally connected networks by leveraging the scalability, performance and redundancy of Distributed Hash Tables.

Meeting Today's Challenges

End-to-End encryption over internet and global networks is becoming increasing relevant. Although several players have emerged with their own proprietary solutions, we increasingly see such platforms being breached.

Some advantages of WAN-SOCKET are:

  • Simple, pluggable, and low-cost with higher security

  • API framework allows for real-time authenticated recipient selection

  • Distributed Hash Table technology creates more secure encryption of data

  • Ideal for securing data transmissions from smart phones, mobile, IoT devices, and websites

  • Powerful encryption security for virtual private networks, social media, video conferencing, text messaging, and more cloud communications

 

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HYPER-FAST ENCRYPTED DATA TRANSMISSION

Major speed and security upgrade to data transfers significantly over secure-FTP
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WHAT IS

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Encrypted Broadcast Protocol (EBP) is a purpose-built network “protocol” that combines the high-performance transmission speeds (commonly associated with UDP transmission) and ultra-strong 512bit symmetric encryption security. EBP is used to send, share transfer, migrate or stream small to very large data packets, such as file data, audio, video, multimedia, and more big data, across internal or external networks, via on-premise or cloud storage repositories.

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Meeting Today's Challenges

Although EBP was originally designed for industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications, the protocol has shown its utility in many other areas including the cloud and public internet. As the world produces more data and in greater and greater individual file sizes, EBP has demonstrated its usefulness by making these files easier to send.  

Like other UDP-based accelerator protocols, EBP:

  • Speeds up transmitting extra-large files or data

  • Cuts both costs and time from sending gigabytes, terabytes, or petabytes of data

  • Works within PKI and entirely without due to its inherent security structure

  • Includes the encryption security offering directly in-line as part of the protocol itself

  • Does not require any external SSL certificates while prioritizing strong data security