Secure Channels Reveals New Security Products at RSA Conference 2015

By Vladimir Covic — 20 Apr’15 —

Secure Channels, a provider of tech security, announced today during the RSA Conference 2015 three new security products.

These include:

  • Full Point Pay – a secure payment processing solution
  • ParaDoxBox – user-defined disk storage solution with encryption
  • SUBROSA© authentication application for Android

CEO of Secure Channels Richard Blech said:
“The platform of new products was designed to address the vulnerabilities facing our digital assets. The rapid proliferation has created an urgency to innovate technology that combats this escalating cyber-war. Our products will be deliverable for our enterprise customers, the government and our channels customers.”

What is Full Point Pay (FPP)?

Full Point Pay was created using Secure Channels Whitebox FDE technology and is used for payment processing at the POS or with mobile devices.

Whitebox FDE allows data to be processed and transferred in any network that has “one-way-only” data tokenization and “hardened” security. Data tokenization with Full Point Pay is supposed to be fully compatible with modern PCI requirements and can be implemented into any Point of Sale system.

Also, FPP allows multi-factor authentication for mobile devices at point of purchase thanks to “humanized” passwords.

What is ParaDoxBox?

Secure Channels ParaDoxBox is a digital storage solution for for various industries. One of its main features is anti-piracy for copied content.

Using Secure Channels patented PKMS2® platform, ParaDoxBox enables native integration for NIST-approved encryption algorithms such as 3DES and AES.

According to the company, ParaDoxBox will enable users to create hack-proof storage system that only they and those people they choose can access.

ParaDoxBox supports the following:

  • Disk – ParaDoxBox can encrypt hard drives on laptops, desktops, mobile devices and servers
  • Storage Area Networks – Using its patented PKMS2® technology, Secure Channels can encrypt most SAN networks including NFS, Fibre and CIFS
  • Cloud Storage – ParaDoxBox works with most cloud storage platforms including Google Drive, Dropbox and Box

About Secure Channels SUBROSA© Android App

At the RSA Conference, Secure Channels also announced they have adapted their SUBROSA© authentication application for Android platforms.

The SUBROSA© Android App offers security protection for mobile devices, protecting the users personal information and payment data. It uses a personalized “Preferred Visual Password as well as “Individual Biometric Information”.

The app doesn’t require any additional equipment installed.

Secure Channels Offers $50,000 Reward for a Hacker Who Breaks FIPS 142-20

Secure Channels have also issued a challenge to the hacking community, saying that anyone who manages to break their FIPS 142-20 encrypted file will receive no less than $50,000 in cash.

The company is apparently verysure of its Hacker Humbling technology.

Secure Channels Hacker Challenge image credit: Secure Channels

In order to participate in this one-of-a-kind contest, hackers will need to visit the Secure Channels booth at the RSA Conference and get a USB drive there. The USB will come with a QR code that will take the hacker to a page where he or she can register for the contest.

Secure Channels booth will be in the OATH Pavilion. It’s number 915.

What do you think about Secure Channels announcement during the RSA Conference 2015? Do you feel these can provide the protection the company promises? Also, will anyone walk out with the $50,000 prize?

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