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Tough year for Brazilians and, specially, the military sector. We took a stand towards electing Mr Jair M. Bolsonaro president of Brazil.
MarkzCorp took several actions in the cybersecurity scenario to make it happen and, we succeeded!
Segurança & Defesa #124
Segurança e Defesa
Segurança e Defesa has been around the Brazilian military scenario for over 20 years now, contemplating all kinds of state-of-the-art
military tech stuff in ground, air and sea defense. Now, besides all
its brilliant and long lasting editorial on military hardware it’s time
for some software issues.
After a quick encounter with S&D’s chief editor months ago (at LAAD 2016), MarkzCorp was invited to write about some modern cyber defense and counter-intelligence matters. It was a great honor for us to get this brief article published on S&D’s pages.
S&D is available only in Portuguese (Pt-Br) in Brazil and Portugal, and some other foreign countries (mostly in Latin America).
For the moment, there is no digital availability of S&D articles but as soon as this edition gets sold out, or the next edition (#125) becomes available we’ll probably post here a copy of MarkzCorp’s article, in English, for international readers.
We’ll keep you posted.
Cyberdefense policies, practices and counter-intelligence
Our article “Políticas e práticas de ciberdefesa e contra-inteligência” (Cyberdefense policies, practices and counter-intelligence) touches the main data gathering dilemmas nowadays (for legal and sometimes, spying, purposes).
We also introduce our vision upon how State/Governmental Policies and Corporate Safety, specially towards protecting top secret information (emails, chat, files, cloud, protocols, radio comm, satellites etc).
This isn’t a quite long text because the main idea was to give our readers a broader perspective (in opposition to a narrow ultra-specialized perspective). However, we think this is an important (recommended) text for Data security IT and Defense related professionals.
As soon as possible we’ll deepen some of the topics discussed in this article, here (on our Knowledge Base) or on other specialized blogs and websites.
We’ll also keep you posted about that.
PS Update 1: No Rio de Janeiro esta revista está disponível em todas as bancas do Centro e pode ser facilmente encontrada em bancas das zonas Norte, Sul e Oeste. Para encontrar a banca mais próxima de seu endereço, consulte aqui.
PS Update 2: This article is available online (in Portuguese / Pt-Br) here:
An article by MarkzCorp (in Portuguese / Pt-Br) about Unlico‘s disruptive encoding technology was published here:
LAAD Security 2016
We were present at LAAD since it’s very first edition, in 1997. However, as a team, we have been present at LAAD since 2009. During these years we’ve watched LAAD grow so big it had to be split into two separate expos: Security and Defense.
Although the origin might refer to a Latin American event, LAAD has been a true international expo for over a decade now.
In 2016 many countries were presenting cybersecurity technologies:
But, among all that was in store, what’s actually new, bold, relevant or (maybe) disruptive in this market?
Not much, to say the least.
It’s 2016 and, let’s face it, all there is is just lot of the same: same technologies, usual hardware support, commonly (and widely hacked) conservative algorithms, and nothing actually innovative.
Why is the truly innovative approach important? Well…
Three major cybersecurity questions:
- How many players are there that actually have proprietary encoding algorithms (unknown to hackers)?
- How many can handle passwords/keys over 2048 bits?
- How many can deal with strong encoding using (primarily) regular hardware?
This is why MarkzCorp is leading a new worldwide trend in cybersecurity, privacy protection and valuable data safety: we address these major questions with innovation.
MarkzCorp is in a major Blue Ocean status, upfront the rest of the “all of the same”, “easily hackable”, Red Ocean, usual players (on the back); who claim they can protect highly valuable and sensitive data, but, as a matter of fact, they deliver the very same technologies and achieve quite similar outcome, with the very same restrictions and very similar protection strength, whatsoever.
Meanwhile, MarkzCorp is introducing some mindblowing many Terabit-key encoding for standard computers (e.g.: non-FPGA quad-core processors), and, many Megabit-key encoding for 32 bit mobile processors (also available to most RF units). MarkzCorp innovative technologies protect:
- Local files
- Cloud files
- Web content
- FTP servers
- Chat data traffic (text, audio, video, attachments etc)
- RF data transit protocols
- Big Data servers
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