The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act passed into law as an amendment to the wider 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on December 12, 2017. Government agencies are increasingly investing in modern technology solutions to improve the delivery of services to the public. These digital solutions often must integrate into existing IT systems and legacy infrastructure, resulting in increased cyber risk. Cybersecurity is a growing priority, but the aging workforce often lacks the necessary skills for managing new technologies, which can slow the adoption of innovation.
Cyphre provides trusted security solutions that prevent unauthorized access, use, disclosure, modification, disruption, or destruction of systems and data, enabling government agencies to deliver safe digital experiences to the public.
The most ubiquitous threat to cloud data at rest and in flight is the period when security keys are memory resident on the host server. Cyphre’s patented BlackTIE® (Technically Integrated Encryption) technology augments vulnerable single encryption keys with hardware-encrypted Black Keys to render hijacked keys useless, thus nullifying the threat. Chip-resident Black Keys are completely isolated from hacker exposure.
CyphreLink provides military-grade data security protection for sensitive and proprietary information transiting any network. Operating over any IP-based network, this powerful solution provides virtually unassailable encryption for data in-transit using encryption keys that are never stored in memory, making it nearly impossible for an attacker to compromise.
CyphreLink enhances standard SSL/TLS encryption sessions while providing a more efficient method, to securely connect two sites to each other, or many sites in a mesh architecture.
When used in a multi-client-server configuration, CyphreLink allows the server to release an authentication certificate for every client, using signature and certificate authority that are uniquely stored and protected within the hardware of connecting systems – no proprietary algorithms or protocols required, making CyphreLink platform-agnostic and highly flexible.