Data Security

XSOC CORP Launches Four Foundational Patent Pending Cryptographic Systems Built to Secure Critical Data

XSOC CORP has emerged from stealth mode after three years of intense research and development, and today unveiled new cybersecurity solutions aimed at offering improved cryptographic capabilities for existing systems in local industrial and wireless environments. XSOC CORP is a post-quantum data security company that protects businesses' most sensitive data and communications from well-funded hacker groups and nation-state attackers using more sophisticated attacks.

Senior software and hardware developers at XSOC CORP combine decades of algorithmic programming expertise with high-performance encryption techniques. Matching global-level cybersecurity innovations with the business and marketing acumen of a professionally experienced executive management team have boosted XSOC CORP's entry into the market.

XSOC CORP expands on the idea that good security, together with stronger tools, is the only real way to ensure data and device safety against external threats – no matter how sophisticated. The new technology from XSOC CORP fills gaps in existing cybersecurity systems by providing specialized encryption products, utilities, and pluggable modules that are specifically tailored for the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) markets.

XSOC CORP is collaborating with the academic and professional sectors to solve some of the problems associated with outdated Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). SSL/TLS is the most commonly used mode of PKI, but it only provides a "static" certificate-based solution and, in many situations, only updates cryptographic key material certificates once per year. In the last 20 years, the certificate concept hasn't evolved or improved much; instead, it's gotten more expensive while being hard to configure and maintain. SOCKET is a breakthrough technology that allows for continuous cryptographic key rotation (updates) with or without SSL/TLS support.

SOCKET is a cryptographic key exchange protocol designed for near-field/radio frequency (RF) and wireless transmissions in closed-circuit, limited-distance, or intermittent ad-hoc network environments that support hardened encryption protection.

SOCKET also offers a relatively reliable and secure main infrastructure mechanism for more permanent network conditions. SOCKET, for example, can be used as an out-of-band (stand-alone) means of symmetric key transmission for legacy devices in an industrial (IT/OT) or commercial wireless surveillance environment, or modern streaming video cameras in a warehouse or embassy. SOCKET is an ideal companion to the XSOC Cryptosystem, and offers a safe solution for symmetric key sharing, allowing authentication in situations where TLS (SSL Certificates) are either impractical or impossible. SOCKET can be thought of as an “N-Tier” variant of Kerberos / X.509 technology, which has been around for 20 years and does not have a single point of failure.

Although XSOC CORP's SOCKET technology focuses on the idea of protected key exchanges in private network environments, the technology has also been completely opened to the internet via WAN-SOCKET. SOCKET's Wide Area Network (WAN) version employs advanced Distributed Hash Table (DHT) and Peer to Peer (P2P) technologies to provide symmetric encryption keys safely and with reduced lag or delay.

The reliability of SOCKET (and WAN-SOCKET) is due to the final pillar of XSOC CORP's main underlying technology set, Encrypted Broadcast Protocol, or "EBP." EBP is a native authentication protocol for network-efficient secure signal communications with 512bit or higher encryption strength. XSOC CORP has improved on the already effective UDP protocol, making it 100% stable and capable of providing completely encrypted data. XSOC CORP has shown that transfer of massive volumes of data over EBP can be achieved more than twice as fast as the leading FTP client/server while also being secured by 512bit encryption in a clear head-to-head challenge against the TCP/IP protocol.


Founded in 2018, XSOC CORP is headquartered in Irvine, CA, and has a senior management and technology engineering team that has developed the XSOC Cryptosystem, which employs a supplied cryptographic cipher and a versatile SDK/API for fast integration into a wide range of software and platforms. XSOC Cryptosystem is designed to make the use of symmetric encryption easier. It eliminates the amount of time and code (or effort) taken to apply strong encryption directly to text, data, and, in particular, streaming-media services. SOCKET and WAN-SOCKET, which are powered by the modern and high-performance EBP protocol, expand the scope of symmetric cryptography globally.



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