Cryptoscan is an encryption specific analysis, audit, and reporting tool that enables users to perform deeps inspections of assets for cryptographic artifacts. Cryptoscan scans servers, network services, and endpoints.

Cryptoscan helps organizations achieve compliance with data protection regulations, assess post quantum readiness, and detect and mitigate cryptographic threats like ransomware and malware.

In The News

Encryption
HackSurfer Talks Obama, Encryption With CEO Blech
After Snowden, Will Tech Companies Trust Government? It is not a big secret that tensions...
‘Cattle-not-pet’ system management could have prevented Atlanta’s ransomware attack
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PCI DSS
CEO Richard Blech Comments On New PCI DSS Standard
CEO Richard Blech Reacts To The New PCI DSS 3.1 Standard We applaud PCI counsel for...

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...

CEO Richard Blech On US-Japan Cybersecurity Plan

U.S. Pledges To Help Japan Battle Cybercriminals With high-profile breaches rising, including...

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...

Cryptoscan and my Business

  • Proactively hunts, identifies, inventories and all cryptographic algorithms and certificates in the environment
  • Provides visibility into HOW and WHERE any form of encryption is being used in enterprise environments
  • Mitigates against crypto-threats where traditional “security audit” tools fall short
  • Provides both Regulatory Compliance and Post-Quantum readiness scans and reporting

Technology in the News

Is Your Encryption Flexible Enough? – Cyber Defense Magazine

The science of modern cryptography utilizes mathematics as the basis for transforming information into an encoded secret that cannot be decoded or translated without the correct key. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

Secure Channels Launches Desktop Encryption Utility ZIPcrypt™ Featuring XOTIC

Secure Channels Launches Desktop Encryption Utility ZIPcrypt™ featuring XOTIC™ extreme encryption technology and all-new “dialable” cipher-strength UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- IRVINE, CALIF. (April 17, 2019) – Secure Channels Inc. Did you enjoy...

HTTPS Isn’t Always as Secure as It Seems

Widespread adoption of the web encryption scheme HTTPS has added a lot of green padlocks—and corresponding data protection—to the web. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

540 Million Facebook User Records Found On Unprotected Amazon Servers

It's been a bad week for Facebook users. More than half a billion records of millions of Facebook users have been found exposed on unprotected Amazon cloud servers. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

Toyota Reveals a Second Data Breach

Watch for updates on this developing story. Toyota Motor Corp. has reported its second data breach in the past five weeks. The latest incident, revealed Friday, may have exposed data on as many as 3.1 million customers. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full...

UCLA will pay $7.5 million in claims, cyber enhancements to settle 2015 breach

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Quantum computing will break your encryption in a few years

Quantum computers – those that use the principles of quantum entanglement and superposition to represent information, instead of electrical bits – are capable of performing certain types of calculation orders of magnitude more quickly than classical, electronic...

Nielsen warns US ‘not prepared’ for foreign cyberattacks

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Monday called for the U.S. to take on a “whole of society” approach to combat cyber threats, saying the U.S. “is not prepared” to handle hackers backed by other countries. “It’s not just U.S. Did you enjoy this article?...

These Are the Worst Corporate Hacks of All Time

As business processes and personal information move online, the number of data hacks is growing. Some are minor and go undetected, while others are so major that they can put an entire company at risk. Hacks ranged from a few million records exposed to several...

North Korea Is Still Trying to Hack US Critical Infrastructure

The ongoing cyber campaign seeks to infiltrate defense, financial, energy, telecom, and healthcare firms. Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author's...

What is Cryptoscan?

 

  • Encryption-specific audit & assessment tool
  • Does what other assessment tools can’t
  • Performs deep inspection for cryptographic artifacts
  • Scans network services, servers, endpoints
  • Executive dashboard for daily use & monitoring
  • Extensive reporting options:
    • Legitimate, weak, or missing encryption
    • Rogue encryption (likely ransomware)