Future Proof

How Encryption is
Currently Performed
How Encryption is Currently Performed

Rapid advances in computing horsepower require continuous encryption upgrades to maintain existing security levels

• DES
How Encryption is Currently Performed
3DES
• 128-bit AES
How Encryption is Currently Performed
256-bit AES
How Encryption is Currently Performed
512-bit AES

Every upgrade is costly, time-consuming, and temporary

Quantum computing, once available, will irreparably compromise existing encryption approaches

How Encryption is Made
Future-Proof with CipherLoc
How Encryption is Enhanced with CipherLoc

Security strength can be vastly improved via a variety of easy-to-deploy techniques:

  • 1)   Randomize the types of encryption algorithms used (i.e. use additional ciphers other than just AES)

  • 2)   Increase the number of fragments generated

  • 3)  Re-encrypt each fragment multiple times – and with different encryption algorithms

Even if quantum computing manages to “break” an individual fragment, no information is obtained about the other fragments or their ordering

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