Qwyit® delivers the world’s first unbreakable crypto system for digital communications. Check out our Business Plan here
Our QwyitTalk™ Security as a Service platform provides the proven TLS process using our patented authentication and encryption protocol. Any network, any application, every communications product can instantly offer secure, private messaging by simple, universal connection to our globally available QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform.
Our performance and efficiency are order of magnitude improvements over current TLS methods. Our ease of use, integration and uniform connectivity are light years ahead of today’s complex, incomprehensible, by-passed trust. Our QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform finally delivers what every digital consumer has expected since the inception of IT networks: intuitive, fast, unbreakable security and privacy in every transmission.
Developed over the last 21 years by engineer, scientist, cryptography expert and CTO, Mr. Paul McGough, the QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform is a complete replication of TLS – with groundbreaking advancements in the underlying techniques and proper application of the required trust model. Mr. McGough’s expertise comes from ground-level, classified network and system communications project work and a thorough understanding of the assumptions and properties of the first and only unbreakable cipher: the One Time Pad.
Applying those properties to the complete QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform to deliver unbreakable key management, Mr. McGough’s system totally eliminates the need for today’s complex, overburdened and failing PKI architectures. Not only has Mr. McGough’s QwyitTalk™ SaaS delivered unbreakable key management for system authentication, it also delivers the world’s first digital OTP cipher – and unbreakable data encryption. None of this would amount to anything more than a pat on the back, if the QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform didn’t also deliver an order of magnitude performance and efficiency improvement: in every independent benchmark performed on the system, QwyitTalk™ can operate within the network tolerances for open communications while delivering world first unbreakable authentication and data security!
Over the last 21-years, Mr. McGough offered the Qwyit technology couched in multiple end-user products built on its authentication and encryption protocol – never venturing outside the ‘industry norm’ in trying to be complimentary to the Status Quo systems. But it is time to open the flood gates and explain and deliver the full system capabilities without the mask of any particular product: the need for a communications security breakthrough is now:
1: The IoT marketplace: $11.1 trillion by 2025; 11 percent of the world economy
2: There are over 25 different communications protocols used in the IoT2
3: There isn’t a single end-to-end security protocol. None that fits. None that is universal. None that operates within any network performance tolerances. The IoT is, and will remain, completely insecure:
• 10GB of data was sent out of a Casino fish tank in July 20173
This same type of problem exists across the board in all digital communications. The current TLS, with its mind-bogglingly complex and ever-increasing number of extensions, does not fit, will not fit, and is impeding the progress of tomorrow’s potential digital communications. Qwyit LLC has a distinct, fully encompassing – and already proven model – for the successful introduction, proliferation and sustained delivery of their QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform’s unbreakable technology. The model relies on those who best know their markets, and are currently meeting their customers’ needs with products and applications to simply add universal unbreakable security:
Qwyit will partner with a worldwide technology leader for the exclusive licensing and operation of the common QwyitTalk™ SaaS directory server. Our partner will provide universal, uniform unbreakable QwyitTalk™ connectivity for any and all networks, applications and comm products that want and need unbreakable, fast communications. Ideal candidates include companies with global web presence, worldwide service providers, Tier 1/infrastructure giants and leading innovation and manufacturing companies.
In 2018, Qwyit will introduce our QwyitTalk™ SaaS prototype workshop – QwyitLab™ – where we will demonstrate QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform connectivity for marketplace and industry applications to companies. In just the same way that Ray Dolby began, QwyitLab™ will invite industry participants and demonstrate universal unbreakable prototype connectivity for their communications products. Qwyit will implement this proven model for the introduction and proliferation of groundbreaking component technology: our QwyitTalk™ SaaS. QwyitLab™ will iteratively select, research, prototype and introduce an ever-expanding list of different industry applications and products – and after of seeing their products unbreakably secured in prototype demonstration of the superior benefits and performance, our list of licensees will continue to grow.
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Qwyit™ is looking forward to a landmark year: selection and implementation of the QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform through our exclusive global technology partner; and the successful introduction of our QwyitLab™ industry-specific prototype demonstration workshop for marketplace communications products. It’s time that digital communication had the breakthrough it desperately needs: universal, uniform, superior performing, easy to implement, use and understand QwyitTalk™ SaaS platform – unbreakable secure communications.
1. Our bottom-up analysis for the applications we size estimates that the IoT has a total potential economic impact of $3.9 trillion to$11.1 trillion a year by 2025. At the top end, that level of value—including the consumer surplus—would be equivalent to about 11 percent of the world economy (exhibit). – McKinsey & Company
• Infrastructure (ex: 6LowPAN, IPv4/IPv6, RPL)
• Identification (ex: EPC, uCode, IPv6, URIs)
• Comms / Transport (ex: Wifi, Bluetooth, LPWAN)
• Discovery (ex: Physical Web, mDNS, DNS-SD)
• Data Protocols (ex: MQTT, CoAP, AMQP, Websocket, Node)
• Device Management (ex: TR-069, OMA-DM)
• Semantic (ex: JSON-LD, Web Thing Model)
• Multi-layer Frameworks (ex: Alljoyn, IoTivity, Weave, Homekit)