InfoSec Award Winner

Secure Channels' ParaDoxBox™ WINNER 2018 InfoSec Awards

US Patented Technologies

Protecting the Confidentiality of Information

Digital Ecosystem

Unmatched Security Solutions For The Digital Ecosystem

innovative platforms

Secure Channels’ innovative platforms build security into endpoints, applications, and networks from the inside out

Enterprise Encryption

Enterprise Encryption and Authentication Solutions

Securing access to your critical resources while protecting your data from breach, theft and misuse. Secure Channels is the industry encryption leader.

Data Breaches

Corporate data breaches happen every day. Protecting corporate data is what we do.

What Should Be Protected?

Do you have questions about what data in your business should be encrypted? Learn more about data protectionand how we can help.

Our Encryption Solution

The strongest encryption product you can buy… stronger than any other on the market!

Ultimate End-to-End Security

Are you in need of an end-to-end security architecture that can be customized to meet the needs of your industry?  Check out our patented xSOC secure hub architecture.

Recent Press

The Risks And Far-Reaching Impacts Of The Cybersecurity Skills Shortage
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Secure Channels – Data Protection through Authentication and Encryption
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Secure Channels – Data Protection through Authentication and Encryption

Peer Reviews

Our encryption solution has recently been peer reviewed by three of the top encryption experts

“PKMS2 provides an excellent way of protecting information against very powerful attacks.”

Dr. Yevgeniy Dodis
Professor of Computer Science University of California, Santa Barbara

“provides surprisingly strong security”

Dr. Matthew Green
Assistant Professor of Computer Science The Johns Hopkins University

In The News

USB form neural compute stick makes debut at developer event

by Nancy Owano , Tech Xplore Credit: Intel Intel has unveiled the Intel Neural Compute Stick 2. It looks like a standard USB thumb drive, and it runs on a USB 3.0 port, but is oh-more-special. CNET said the new AI "brain" sticks into the side of your PC. Andrew...

Quantum Computing to Protect Data: Will You Wait and See or Be an Early Adopter?

TRIPWIRE GUEST AUTHORS NOV 18, 2018 FEATURED ARTICLES Time to dispel with a myth: quantum computing is still just a theory. It’s not. If you don’t believe us, read here. And because it’s past the theoretical stage, commercialization is not far away, even as there is...

A Remedy For Bad Crypto

Published on November 20, 2018 Edward Amoroso  Follow Founder and CEO of TAG Cyber 243 articles Albert Street in Ottawa looks like a nice place to work (see pic above). And I can confirm that Sheppard Avenue and Battery Street are also pleasant...

Phishing Scams in Healthcare: A Persistent Threat

Breach Tally Shows Hacking Attacks Involving Email Continue to Plague the Sector Marianne Kolbasuk McGee (HealthInfoSec) • November 27, 2018     0 Comments With the year nearly over, hacking attacks - especially those involving phishing and other email attacks -...

‘National security risks’: New Zealand blocks use of Huawei equipment for 5G network

Published time: 28 Nov, 2018 17:07 Edited time: 29 Nov, 2018 11:01 Get short URL File Photo: © Reuters New Zealand’s spy agency has blocked a top telecommunications firm from using Huawei equipment for its 5G mobile network. The reason? Fears over national security....

Major #eFail Vulnerability Exposes PGP Encrypted Email — UPDATED

Thomas BrewsterForbes Staff SecurityI cover crime, privacy and security in digital and physical forms. May 14, 2018, 03:54am The public key of the encryption software GnuPG, an Open-Source-version of PGP. (Photo by Dünzlullstein bild via Getty Images) Anyone using PGP...

How to Fight Hackers With Quantum Communication

Dr. Marina Mondin from Cal State LA explains how quantum keys beamed via satellites or transmitted on optical fiber aims to foil hackers intent on global cybercrime. By S.C. Stuart November 26, 2018 8:00AM EST Need a secure means of communication? Like, really secure?...

Warning: Malware, rogue users can spy on some apps’ HTTPS crypto – by whipping them with a CAT o’ nine TLS

By Thomas Claburn in San Francisco 1 Dec 2018 at 01:00 20  SHARE ▼ Crypto boffins have found a way to exploit side-channel information to downgrade most of the current TLS implementations, thanks to ongoing support for outmoded RSA key exchanges. In a paper published...

Doh! What My Encrypted Drive Can Be Unlocked By Anyone?

When a password of “” can open up your encrypted drive Prof Bill Buchanan OBE Nov 5, 2018. Many companies now use full disk encryption for their computers, especially for laptops on the move. So while the usage of TrueCrypt has faded, especially when its open source...

The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy

Written By Karl Bode Oct 2, 2018. BitTorrent usage has bounced back because there's too many streaming services, and too much exclusive content. Image: Shutterstock A new study shows that after years of declines, BitTorrent usage and piracy is on the rise again. The...

Press Releases

Secure Channels Launches Encryption-as-a-Service Platform SCIFCOM featuring Secure Token Exchange, File Encryption and Send, Password Protection, and Secure Email Capabilities

Non-PKI Process Utilizes True Double-Blinded Key Distribution - Features XFA Mail Email Encryption Run by Patented XOTIC™ Crypto System NEWS PROVIDED BY Secure Channels  Nov 06, 2018, 07:50 ET   IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Secure Channels Inc., a...

Apple argues stronger encryption will thwart criminals in letter to Australian government

Secure Channels Inc., provider of innovative security solutions designed to complement existing security investments, announced today it recently filed for four patents which will transform the security practices for email, video content, data compression, and streamlined document distribution.

Cost of data breaches rises, mega breaches cost up to $350 million

Secure Channels Inc., provider of innovative security solutions designed to complement existing security investments, announced today it recently filed for four patents which will transform the security practices for email, video content, data compression, and streamlined document distribution.

Secure Channels Inc. Launches Patented SUBROSA© Platform to Vastly Improve Password Security with at least 65,000-Character Cryptographic Keys

SUBROSA Users Select Images from Variable Grids to Develop Complex Passwords – Solution Offers Flexible Deployment through SDK or via an API Web Service

Secure Channels – Data Protection through Authentication and Encryption

Secure Channels’ main mission is to provide companies tools for securing their data themselves and managing the access and authorization rules for that data. Secure Channel uses real-time encryption to protect data, rendering it useless to unauthorized access.

Secure Channels Filed Four Patents That Offer Encrypted Security

Secure Channels Inc., provider of innovative security solutions designed to complement existing security investments, announced today it recently filed for four patents which will transform the security practices for email, video content, data compression, and streamlined document distribution.

Access Smart and Secure Channels Inc. Release an End-to-End Solution for Data Security

LADERA RANCH, Calif., April 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Access Smart, provider of Power LogOn® - an enterprise multi-factor authentication solution with password management - announces the combined product launch with Secure Channels Inc., provider of innovative...

Secure Channels Inc. Future Proofs Data Security

Secure Channels Inc. Future Proofs Data Security with a Quantum Resistant Patented Enterprise Security Platform New Platform Incorporates Rich Enterprise Features as well as SCI's Patented PKMS2 Pervasive Encryption Protocol Secure Channels Inc. (SCI), provider of...

Secure Channels Future Proofs Data Security with Security Platform

Secure Channels Inc. (SCI) has announced a new version of its ParaDoxBox encryption management platform. The new version, ParaDoxBox 1.2.5.0, incorporates a rich enterprise feature set as well as SCI’s patented Pattern Key, Multi-Segment, and Multi-Standard (PKMS2) encryption protocol.

SCI Future Proofs Data Security with Quantum Resistant Patented Enterprise Security Platform

Secure Channels Inc. Future Proofs Data Security with a Quantum Resistant Patented Enterprise Security Platform   IRVINE, CALIF. (March 1, 2018) – Secure Channels Inc. (SCI), provider of innovative data security and access control solutions, has announced a new...