To avoid lurid headlines about car crashing, insulin overdoses and houses burning, tech firms will surely have to embrace higher [security] standards.
Data: What/Who/Where/When, Privacy, Reputation, Industrial Secrets, Databases, Business.
How do you protect what you want to exploit?
Recent news have revealed an unsuspected level of vulnerability. Concerns caused by these revelations increasingly accelerate irreversible shifts in the global Tech market. After having "destroyed trust", existing solutions lack the credibility needed to let everyone use the Internet with confidence.
TrustLeap's mission is to guaranty that only authorized personnel, if any,
can monitorNetwork supervision
To restore trust, there's no substitute
to offering the real thing:
"Unbreakable" means resistant to infinite number-crunching power (provably-unbreakable post-quantum encryption). Quantum computers are able to immediately find the result of an algorithm without executing it. This makes legacy encryption – based on mere arithmetic – obsolete.
Despite its name, "Quantum Encryption" (QE) does not encrypt data – it merely does the key-exchange (QKD) on 365/24 physically-protected optical fibers and AES encryption then actually encrypts your data via the Internet. By making encryption provably-unbreakable, TrustLeap makes Quantum Encryption (QE & QKD) much safer.
In the modern age we
all need to have complete trust in the basic infrastructure that we all use.