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What we fix

We fix six of the most important things you can do to protect valuable pieces of information.

Five of them are depicted in the diagram below:

What we fix
  1. We fix the way you should protect your valuable data stored in your computer or, from a larger perspective, in any storage device within your local infrastructure.
  2. We fix the way you should protect your valuable data in transit, between your computer and another, on the internet or, (even) between computers in your own local infrastructure.
  3. We fix the way you should protect your valuable data in the event of having it temporarily stored or simply in transit through external infrastructure (away from your control), being that an Internet Service Provider, a business partner or some third party routing infrastructure.
  4. We fix the way you should protect your valuable data while in transit through out the entire internet, no matter the underlying infrastructure or the software protocols involved.
  5. We fix the way you should protect your valuable data while remotely storing it in someone else's infrastructure (a.k.a "the cloud"), or while sharing that valuable data with someone else who is outside your local infrastructure from a "cloud" based storage, or while publishing that valuable data on the web, making public publishing into multicast/selective publishing.

But this is not all.

There's a sixth element:

Describing what we fix in one single phrase, "we turn what is seen into something that is unseen".

And, up to a certain extent, we make something temporary, eternal.

Taking the practical boundaries abiding to this case (the edge of computing), how eternal is actually "eternal"?

Every digital security system has its own thresholds, usually related to their top key sizes. Thus, as time goes by, these systems have their top key sizes upgraded to match newly processing power available, and to match popular demand.

"Eternal", to digital security systems is actually determined by how powerful the best hardware you can buy is.

So, what happens when you've been "protecting" your valuable data using systems that seem pretty robust to your own infrastructure but that are easily breakable by top-notch powerful hardware (the hugest clusters in the planet)? How long would your privacy be kept in such situation?

We make the "unseen" last longer in these situations and, in the absence of a better description, almost forever to the (top) customer infrastructure.

(2 Corinthians 4:18)

We fix your ability to protect all of your important digital assets: broader, stronger and longer than ever.

How do we do this?

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