patented algorithm reduces resource requirements and energy footprint
innovative use of randomized Huffman tables results in significant security enhancement
fewer compute cycles to encrypt and decrypt data creates efficiency that boosts performance
core security layer for devices at the extreme edge, where resources are constrained and conventional encryption fails
The innovative LightStream encryption algorithm uses randomized Huffman tables together with a stream cipher to create efficiency, while enhancing security.
There are more than 20 Billion IoT devices deployed today. That’s more than 4 IoT devices for every human connected to the Internet, and by 2025, the total number of IoT devices deployed is projected to grow to 70 Billion.
More than 90% of IoT device communication is transmitted in plaintext. This is because conventional AES encryption is too expensive, in terms of resource requirements, to be implemented—and that’s when it functions at all. This is the large and growing network attack vector that LightStream secures.
Securing the extreme edge, in order to protect information, systems, infrastructure, and operations, while enabling enterprises to make smarter decisions.
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