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CYBER SECURITY 2.0+ 2018-02-20T12:40:11+00:00

Project Description

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Announcing…

Titan Defenseware, Inc.

The Internets – Next Generation…

“TRUST INFRASTRUCTURE”

WHAT DO ALL OF THESE COMPANY’S HAVE IN COMMON?

ALL OF THEM WERE HACKED, in addition to many more!

The truth is, while the development of Security Measures for the Internet has been static for over 10 years now, the tools and methodologies for penetration of your URL have grown, exponentially!

In the adjacent interview, Al Berg, Head of Security & Risk Management for Liquidnet Holdings, Inc., speaks to the inherent flaws in the current Internet,

“TRUST INFRASTRUCTURE.”

Highlighting the inherent weakness of the current Trust Infrastructure…

  • The PKI keys and Certificates, used in the validating of identities of IP addresses, have been severely compromised.

  • The Encryption standards of SSL/TLS are outdated, being 10+ years since their last upgrade.

  • In addition, the code related to SSL/TLS is public and available to hackers for review and testing of their code packets for penetration.

  • The latest release of TLS was in 2008. By 2011 it had been breached worldwide.

  • The exponential growth of Cyber Hacking, as witnessed by the above cited companies, and many more worldwide, is proof of the inherent security flaws of the current “Trust Infrastructure” of the internet.

IS THERE A SOLUTION TO THE LACK OF SECURITY OF THE CURRENT “TRUST INFRASTRUCTURE” OF THE INTERNET?

The answer is, YES!

Introducing…

Titan Defenseware’s

R3 Encryption/Validation Technology!

(PATENTED & THIRD PARTY VALIDATED – TECHNOLOGY)

DOES YOUR TECHNOLOGY DISPLACE MY COMPANIES CURRENT SECURITY MEASURES?

The answer is, NO!

  • R3 does not displace, or do away with current SSL/TLS Encryption. This means there is no risk of your company loosing its current security protocols.

    • The current PKI & Certificate Infrastructure Process remains active, functioning as it has for many years. No need for the acquisition of a new Certification Key.

What are the added security measures afforded to my company with the R3 System?

GENERAL OPERATIONAL INFORMATION:

  • R3 utilizes industry-standard encryption methods.

  • R3 is not a “New Algorithm”, it is, instead, a new Structure and Use of the standardized algorithms of SSL/TLS. The result is, a seamless integration with the legacy security measures of SSL/TLS.

  • R3’s new Trust Infrastructure Encryption Process, is not a “patch” to existing HTTPS, instead, it rides on top of your current SSL/TLS encryption. R3 is an additional “layer of protection” added onto your existing protocols.

  • R3’s added security layer addresses the Security holes in current SSL/TLS Encryption technologies, in addition to, dramatic security increases around the compromised PKI and Certificate Validation processes!

OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENT FEATURES:

  • While R3 utilizes the standard encryption algorithms, like those found in HTTPS, it doesn’t use the same algorithm for the whole session, or even for two transmissions in a row.

  • The Customer is given complete control over the encryption methods. This allows the customer to create a customized set of encryption processes per your selections.

  • At run time, encryption algorithms are selected at random form the “Table of Methods.”

  • R3 features a “Table of Encryption Keys”, which is both “Private and Secret”, to your server and are utilized and held separately from the Table of Methods.

  • At run time, encryption keys are selected at random from the customer’s Table of Keys. The number of keys generated each time a version is released is up to the customer, and can be randomly mixed between a minimum and maximum number of keys.

  • “One-Time Pad” (OTP) methodology.

    • An OTP is a very strong cryptographic principle involving a set of encryption methodologies that are discarded after use. In R3’s variation of this technique, our OTP is a set of encryption algorithms and keys which will render the system inoperable if not identical and stop our client(s) from transmitting their data to a hacker;

      • R3’s system works because it detects whether we are actually talking to the correct server — it will have the same OTP as R3.

      • The server will maintain an archival list of old OTPs so that it can tell old controls they are out of date and update them.

  • Random selection of key(s) from the table.

    • Random selection makes it hard for a hacker to reverse-engineer any encryption because it’s hard for him to get a large enough sample of one key and encryption algorithm combination to attack it with traditional methods.

      • The Titan Defender system updates as often as customers want it updated.

        • Automated, or randomized build date(s).

          1. Algorithm and key combinations can be updated by customers in several ways:

          2. One time requests.

          3. Builds triggered by an event Random selection of key(s) from table.

“The new R3 Internet Trust Infrastructure is unbreakable with current hacking tools and methodologies!”

Click here to contact us about upgrading your Trust Infrastructure measures, TODAY!