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CASQUE SNR at CYBERUK 2017

CASQUE SNR will be featured in the Innovation Zone at CYBERUK 2017

Let us know if you are attending and want a brief on our latest developments

CYBERUK 2017

US Patent Granted

One of the 4 inventions that power CASQUE SNR has been granted a US Patent.
 “Scalable Authentication System” No 9,369,464 with its 19 claims!

CASQUE SNR is a Technology Partner of Pulse Secure

Pulse Secure Connect is the Market Leader in mobile VPN with 40 of the 50 Fortune Companies and 18 million Endpoints secured.
CASQUE SNR is the next generation of Identity Assurance whose security does not depend on “fixed secrets”.
Moreover, CASQUE SNR resists attacks perpetrated by privileged Insiders.
Basil Philipsz, Director of Distributed Management Systems, said “We are delighted to be part of the Pulse Secure supporting family of products that enhance its value by delivering unique benefits”. Pulse Secure Technology Partners

CyberUK in Practice

We will be exhibiting at the CESG’s Event for IA and Cyber Security Professionals on 24-25th May 2016.  
Expected to attract more than 700 IA and cyber security professionals, ‘CyberUK in Practice’ will focus on sharing ideas and approaches.
It should be a great opportunity to network with senior practitioners. 
https://registration.livegroup.co.uk/cesg_cip16/

US Patent

Our US Patent- “A Scalable Authentication System” has been allowed!

The weakness of PKI

Don’t base your security on a fixed secret, in other words don’t use Public Key Cryptography (PKI) – someone will know the private key and you can be compromised and not know about it.

Exhibit 1: Dell’s recent debacle:

http://www.computerworld.com/article/3007981/security/what-you-need-to-know-about-dells-root-certificate-security-debacle.html 

Exhibit 2: U2F /Fido Authentication is based on the attestation key being secret- if not than clones proliferate and security is reduced to password security!

https://fidoalliance.org/specs/fido-u2f-v1.0-ps-20141009/fido-u2f-overview-ps-20141009.html

CASQUE SNR does not use PKI