CYPHYX has a solution to this problem, one that we use ourselves for products that are critical in protecting sensitive data, messages, and access. Using two of our patented technologies we are able to both secure the update to ensure it remains free of tampering as well as secure the update process to ensure update being applied is legitimate and verified prior to the installation in real-time.
News and Press Releases
NEWS: CYPHYX is featured in a New York Daily News Editorial
Vote for security: Give a promising tool to protect voter databases a fair shot
Whether it's the Russians or the Chinese or domestic hackers or even the Martians, we don't want anyone fooling with our elections. Every reasonable measure should be taken to safeguard the vote. So why has a company called CYPHYX, which offers a promising registered-voter database integrity tool, gotten the runaround from partisan New York elections officials?
NEWS: CYPHYX has received a commitment from Niagara County to perform a Pilot project
Niagara county in the State of New York has signed a letter of intent for CYPHYX to perform a no-risk, no-cost pilot of SQrazorLoc. This is an excellent opportunity for CYPHYX to showcase our product and show how it functions transparently with the counties existing applications while securing the databases from being hacked.
NEWS: CYPHYX is pleased to announce the release of SQrazorLoc version 1
SQrazorLoc version 1 is a major accomplishment for CYPHYX and shows our commitment to developing new products to meet the demands of the market that are not currently met by existing products.
NEWS: CYPHYX attended the NYSECA Winter Conference
CYPHYX management attended the New York State Election Commissioners Association Winter Conference that was held in Albany New York on January 6th thru the 9th.
NEWS: CYPHYX President Chuck Sammet was interviewed on the SNN Network
CYPHYX President Chuck Sammet was interviewed by Robert Kraft of SNN Network during the MicroCap Rodeo in Austin Texas. He was able to provide a overview of the company and the vision for where CYPHYX is headed in the future.
NEWS: CYPHYX to attend The MicroCap Rodeo in Austin Texas
CYPHYX management will be attending the MicroCap Rodeo being held in Austin Texas on October 15th and 16th.
NEWS: CYPHYX in discussions with New York State Board of Elections
CYPHYX has started discussions with the State Board of Elections for New York concerning our desire to assist in securing the elections next year by securing the voter databases using our product, SQrazorLoc.
NEWS: CYPHYX engages Redland Strategies to assist with Business Development
In October CYPHYX entered into a partnership with Redland Strategies to provide business development assistance. CYPHYX is looking forward to this partnership leading to exciting opportunities for growth and enhancement of our market and brand. Redland Strategies brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the cybersecurity space to the table and this will greatly assist CYPHYX in becoming a market leader with products that solve real world problems many companies are currently facing.
PR: CYPHYX Announces Vice President of Business Development and Government Relations
The staff and current board of CYPHYX are happy to announce that a manager of the company, Robert J. DiCarlo, has accepted the position of Vice President for Business Development and Government Relations. CYPHYX, is working hard to establish itself as a leader and innovator in Cybersecurity and in his new position, Robert provides a strong base for future growth.
For really secure communications, you then need to share a new key each time you want to communicate information that is supposed to be secret. The use of a new key each time is considered to be equivalent to using what cryptographers call a one-time pad. A one-time pad harkens back to the days when an actual encryption key was distributed on paper and a unique sheet of paper was used each time. Because each key is used only once, cracking such encryption is difficult.Wayne Rash, eWeek article, "Why Quantum-Resistant Encryption Needs Quantum Key Distribution for Real Security"