IronClad Encryption Corporation (IRNC), a cyber defense company that secures digital assets and communications across a wide range of industries and technologies, today announced that it has received notice from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that six of its patents have been allowed and should be issued by the end of the year.
"Having these patents allowed and issue by the end of the year is an important milestone for IronClad to secure its patent portfolio and deliver highly differentiated, best-in-class security products," said JD McGraw, President and CEO of IronClad Encryption. "Our patent portfolio is one of our greatest assets and will serve as the foundation of the company’s success for years to come."
Listed are the titles of the IronClad patents that have been provided a Notice of Allowance, and are expected to issue on or before by December 31, 2018:
1) Securitization of Temporal Digital Communications with Authentication and Validation of User and Access Devices
2) User-Wearable Secured Devices Provided Assuring Authentication and Validation of Data Storage and Transmission
3) Devices that Utilize Random Tokens Which Direct Dynamic Random Access
4) Devices for Transmitting and Communicating Randomized Encrypted Data Utilizing Sub-Channels
5) Executable Coded Cipher Keys
6) Combined Hidden Dynamic Random-Access Devices Utilizing Selectable Keys and Key Locators for Communicating Randomized Data together with Sub-Channels and Coded Encryption Keys
About IronClad Encryption Corporation:
Ironclad Encryption Corporation (IRNC) is an X-Generation cyber defense company that secures digital assets and communications across a wide range of industries and technologies. IronClad Encryption-powered solutions utilize our patented Dynamic Encryption and Perpetual Authentication technologies to make all known key-based encryption technologies virtually impossible to compromise. Dynamic Encryption Technology eliminates vulnerabilities caused by exposure of any single encryption key by continuously changing encryption keys and keeping the keys synchronized in a fault-tolerant manner. Perpetual Authentication Technology uses multiple virtual channels for encryption so that in the event one channel is compromised, the other channels maintain encryption integrity. Together, these technologies not only eliminate the single point of failure problem created by having keys exposed through brute force, side channel, or other types of attack, but do so with very low latency and system performance overhead. Developers, MSPs, MSSPs and IT organizations can now easily and effectively integrate ultra-secure authentication and encryption measures across essentially all mediums. This includes the latest processors and operating systems, legacy hardware and software, within or between networks and on compartmentalized data or entire databases. At rest or in-motion, IronClad Encryption ensures data remains safe, secure and uncompromised.
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