Canadian Firm Aims at End User Protection. 01 Communique Laboratory, Inc., has big plans for protecting customer data, email, and other public key cryptographic systems. Officially, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has received the company’s patent request for a “unique cryptographic system that is not only safe from malicious attacks from quantum computers in the future but can also be implemented on today’s classical computer systems to safeguard them from malicious attacks present in today`s environment.”
Andrew Cheung, company President and Chief Executive Officer, believes the solution has a broad use base.
“[O]ur invention relates to public key cryptographic systems and methods that can be used, for example, to build highly secure systems for data storage, access, encryption, decryption, digital signing, and digital signing verification.”
– Andrew Cheung
The soon-to-be patented cryptographic system is expected to protect our customers against the ever-evolving illegitimate and malicious means of gaining access to their data. Coming in the third quarter, 2019, the company anticipates revealing its email and file encryption sharing system.