Once data has been stored online, whether in a cloud-based file or exchanged via email, it may be vulnerable to hackers. Central Ohio company LockDown has developed a protective shield to guard against these attacks, both from modern technologies and, potentially, against the more sophisticated computers of the future.
“The company was founded based on an encryption that was built to provide quantum resistance,” CEO AJ Auld says. “Today’s encryption is mathematical-based. Our patented solution is both mathematical and random data-based.”
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Written by Erin Laviola.
Originally published May 1, 2020.