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Company Overview of CertiVox Limited
CertiVox Limited provides encryption, key management, and identity management solutions for corporations, governments, and individuals worldwide. It offers Multiprecision Integer and Rational Arithmetic Cryptographic Library, a C software library for implementing number-theoretic based methods of cryptography; on-demand encryption key management service that employs key management lifecycles for various kinds of scenarios; and M-Pin Strong Authentication System, an open source multi-factor authentication system based on elliptic curve cryptography for Web, cloud, and mobile applications. The company also provides an information exchange platform to encrypt email, files, and documents; an ide...
81 Rivington Street
London, EC2A 3AY
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for CertiVox Limited
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
CertiVox Limited Key Developments
CertiVox Announces Launch of the M-Pin Strong Authentication System
Jun 21 13
CertiVox announced the launch of the M-Pin Strong Authentication System, the open source, multi-factor authentication system based on proven elliptic curve cryptography, for web, cloud and mobile applications which will reduce authentication costs by up to 93% and banish username and passwords forever. The M-Pin System achieves this by turning any HTML5 browser into a strong authentication client that authenticates to the open-source M-Pin Server, which only stores one leak-proof cryptographic key, replacing the username /password database. The M-Pin solution works like the security in an ATM: enterprises recognize users through a cryptographic key agreement, which users participate in by using a physical token saved in their browser and a PIN number. Just like in an ATM machine, the pin and data on the magnetic stripe are combined locally to create a parameter, which is used to drive a cryptographic key agreement protocol, vetting the user's identity with strong cryptography. Developers and service providers can secure themselves and their customers against username /password database smash and grab attacks; by removing the username /password databases full stop. The M-Pin Authentication Server, run by the enterprise or service providers, contains just one leak proof cryptographic key; if compromised, it reveals no details about end users on the system. CertiVox has released the free Linux based M-Pin Authentication Server, HTML5 web and M-Pin Relying Party Libraries for developers so M-Pin Strong Authentication can be integrated with any web application, Single Sign On or Identity Management solution in use in less than an hour by connecting to an M-Pin Server instance. Additionally, the M-Pin C Client Library can be used to embed the M-Pin Protocol in any software application, and enables multiple factors of authentication to be utilized such as biometrics.
CertiVox Limited Presents at AGC Partners' 9th Annual InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference, Feb-25-2013 10:30 AM
Feb 4 13
CertiVox Limited Presents at AGC Partners' 9th Annual InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference, Feb-25-2013 10:30 AM. Venue: The Westin San Francisco Market Street, 50 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States.
CertiVox Limited and Cryptosoft Join Forces to Develop PKI-Free Encryption
Jan 22 13
CertiVox Limited and Cryptosoft have announced a partnership to develop a solution specifically looking at transforming how data-in-motion is encrypted and secured. The solution will combine CertiVox's SkyKey service and Cryptosoft's encryption automation platform and according to the companies it will enable data-centric encryption while eliminating the need for public key exchange. Under the terms of the agreement, Cryptosoft will embed CertiVox's SkyKey service and SkyKey SDK into its encryption automation platform for on-premise and hybrid cloud security. This will enable organizations to benefit from automated, end-to-end encrypted data transfer, driven by a simple management interface and most importantly without the need for a traditional PKI.
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