Make data quantum-secure without changes to the infrastructure.
Made as a white label solution to easily deploy across a wide range of systems.
What Universal Security Layer solves
At Chunk Works, we believe in preparing for the unforeseen. The Universal Security Layer is a holistic approach to data security. It’s designed to deploy on current infrastructures while remaining adaptable to future changes in the cybersecurity landscape, beyond the threat from quantum computing.
There are a few reasons why we’ve designed it this way:
- Asymmetric encryption will soon be obsolete, but post-quantum cryptography is still in its infancy, which makes it hard to determine the right time to switch.
- We should immediately migrate to post-quantum algorithms because of “harvest now, decrypt later,” but migration is a difficult and time-consuming task.
- There is always a new threat. Today’s tools are vulnerable tomorrow, and legacy systems accumulate technical debt, which is a security risk in and of itself.
White label quantum-secure hybrid encryption
Chunk Works’ Universal Security Layer is a white-label solution that combines classical and post-quantum algorithms in a future-proof, distributed architecture, ensuring a seamless transition to quantum-secure encryption and beyond.
Quantum-secure hybrid encryption
Combining classical and post-quantum methods, ensuring a seamless transition to quantum-secure encryption.
Interoperability with multiple protocols, integration with various identity providers, and token-based authentication.
Deploys across existing infrastructure, including on-prem servers, public and private clouds, IoT devices, third-party tools, and even legacy platforms.
Autonomous data recovery system
The autonomous recovery mechanism checks data integrity at configurable intervals to identify and resolve data corruption.
Distributed ledger technology (DLT)
DLT forms the backbone of our data confidentiality, integrity, and availability features, ensuring data
remains accessible and reliable.
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