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Securing Data In Motion

Eclypses MicroToken solution for securing data in MOTION

Compatible with ANY communication protocol

The Eclypses MTE is designed to work in the application layer of your system. The MTE replaces your command with a MicroToken just before transmission and is compatible with any communication protocol. Once the transmission packet has reached the receiver it is then translated back into the original command by referencing a paired library.

implementation flow chart

Layers of Security

Layers of security hub and spoke
Paired Libraries
MicroTokens only execute pre-programmed commands which are stored in paired libraries and are meaningless if intercepted.
Obfuscation
Every send and receive command is obfuscated.
Digital Chaff
MicroTokens are hidden within "digital chaff".
Randomly Sized Packets
Randomly-sized MicroToken packets ensure that pattern recognition is impossible.
Instantly Obsolete
Commands are instantly replaced making any previous token for that command obsolete.
Time Stamps
MicroToken packets are time-stamped, eliminating any threat of a command being held and used at a later time.
Use Existing Hardware
Compatible with existing communication protocols and computing platforms, requiring NO changes to existing systems.

Unassailable

Prevents malicious attacks or tampering from affecting unauthorized actions that expose systems to unacceptable vulnerabilities.

No Disruption

Enhanced security without adding new protocols or changing existing data communications from one device to the other.

Seamless & Flexible

Works with and compliments existing infrastructure, OEM's, and companies with both existing and pre-built components or systems.

Implementation

Implementing the Eclypses MTE requires minimal lines of code, simply calling three functions.

Method 1: Pair

1. Pair

Call the BuildStartupPacketmethod to initiate the pairing between controller and receiving devices.

Method 2: Construct

2. Construct

Call the BuildPacket method before sending a command to construct the secure MTE packet.

Method 3: Deconstruct

3. Deconstruct

Call the DeconstructPacket method on the receiving end to translate the MTE packet into the original command.

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