Ultra-secure hardware and
software that reduces
cyber security risks.

Discover how Ironclad's patented technology can close the door to security threats at home and abroad.

End point solutions that
secure data at its source

Discover how Ironclad's patented technology enhances
products and services.

Telecommunications solutions
that secure private conversations.

Discover how Ironclad's patented technology ensures privacy.

Business Model:

Ironclad Encryption intends to make this evolutionary advance in encryption technology available to other security technology vendors. These vendors currently sell data protection products and solutions; Ironclad Encryption will contract with them through the relationships of our management team for licensing.

Competitive Advantage:

Ironclad Encryption enjoys a competitive advantage because its technology does not directly displace existing products or services available in the market today: It enhances and adds new capabilities.

Ironclad Encryption

Ironclad Encryption brings innovation and next generation leadership to data encryption security. Our strategic and tactical data protection solutions strengthen existing encryption methods. Ironclad Encryption’s unique, patented technology may be used with both proactive and reactive techniques, helping our customers mitigate risk, manage compliance and achieve greater peace of mind.

Ironclad Encryption technology is an enhancement to secret key algorithms. Our solutions increase the effectiveness of current encryption products, making it virtually impossible to compromise stored and transmitted data.

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Despite a rise in attacks, the average number of malicious variants remains surprisingly limited, according to a report from Avast. Cyberattacks on Android devices jumped 40% year-over-year in the second quarter fueled by cybercriminals capitalizing on increasing popularity of mobile banking. "We are seeing a shift from PCs to mobile devices and people are using their smartphones as wallets," sa...
Equifax Inc, a provider of consumer credit scores, said on Thursday a hack exposed the personal details of potentially 143 million U.S. consumers between mid-May and July. The company's shares were down 5.4 percent in after-market trading. The company said criminals had accessed details including names, social security numbers, and, in some cases, driver's license numbers. Read Full Article...
Every second, 122 records are exposed in breaches around the globe, a new report shows. And that's doesn't even include the new Equifax breach data. More than 10 million data records are pilfered or lost every day around the world, a rate of more than 7,000 per minute: and that's only the numbers from breaches that go public. Read Full Article...