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U.S. Patent Office Publishes BitSpray™ CIP Application
Patent Disclosure Describes Six New Cyberdefense Weapons
|By PR Newswire
|September 4, 2014 04:01 PM EDT
CANTON, Miss., Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --
BitSpray Corporation, world leader in novel network cyberdefense solutions, announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published the Company's Continuation in Part patent App. No. 14/249,273, filed April 9, 2014, which discloses multiple dual-use inventions that evolved from the BitSpray™ core technology. Included are the: Globally Dispersed Virtual Datacenter™ (GDVD™), Dispersed Digital Rights Management™ (DDRM™), Dispersed Broadband Over Powerline™ (DBPL™), BitSprayOTF™, Dispersed Email and Messaging™ (DEM™), and Exponential Dispersion™. Collectively, they are the BitSpray™ Advanced Data Dispersion Technology™ (ADDT™). ADDT has cyberdefense solutions for nearly every defense agency and commercial industry. This diversity is why some industry experts are suggesting that BitSpray ADDT may well become the standard model for securely storing and transmitting information.
This publishing followed close behind an article published in the September edition of the Cutter IT Journal, entitled "The Data Shell Game: The Best Way to Protect Corporate and Institutional Data in the Cloud," written by David C. Wyld, C.E. Laborde Professor of Management at Southeastern Louisiana University and Founding Editor of the International Journal of Managing Information Technology. In the article, Prof. Wyld concludes, "This form of Advanced Data Dispersion Technology does not dismiss or downplay the importance of creating impregnable data fortresses, either from a physical or a networking perspective. Rather, the development and use of ADDT merely acknowledges the growing awareness that hackers will find a way to penetrate even the most elaborate cyber defense systems. What differentiates ADDT from conventional data protection systems is that it does not protect networks or data centers; instead it empowers data to protect itself. ADDT should be viewed as the last line of defense." He further adds, "These [ADDT] networks make it a near-impossibility to ever suffer catastrophic loss of, or experience unauthorized access to, ADDT-protected information. In addition, the enormity of a network becomes a security asset due to the power of the Data Shell Game.
BitSpray ADDT is a game changer. It eliminates digital certificates but, more importantly, it eliminates storing or transmitting complete datasets. Having neat little bundles of complete information is a convenience of the mind that has outlived its freshness date since it exposes data to vulnerability. ADDT changes that by reducing all complete datasets to a bit-soup of data primitives that are streamed to a plurality of share volumes located in multiple geographically separated storage locations so that no complete dataset travels over a single network path nor is a complete dataset ever stored in a single storage location. The feature of ADDT that really gives this technique teeth, though, is the Data Shell Game™, which is a standard of obfuscation that makes it highly unlikely, if not impossible, for hackers to ever find enough volumes to reassemble a complete dataset, even if they had open-door access to any and all datacenters. Walt Runkis, BitSpray Corporation's CEO/CTO agrees: "ADDT-protected data is just as safe in a laptop chained to a parking meter in downtown New York City as it is in an ultra-secure military datacenter nine stories underground."
About BitSpray Corporation
BitSpray Corporation (BSC) is a marketing-stage cyberdefense technology company that has developed and will continue developing information defense solutions that industry experts agree have the potential to become the standard model for securely transmitting and storing information in the 21st Century, on and off the cloud. The Company has its headquarters and research facility in Canton, Mississippi, with sales offices in the greater Washington, DC area.
About Walt Runkis
Walt is a Renaissance man: scientist, inventor, published author, artist and serial entrepreneur. He holds patents in the fields of network cyberdefense, immunochemistry, microbiology, and plant propagation. He is a network architect, experienced in multi-POP LAN/WAN and hybrid multi-technology network architectures which include: broadband over powerline, WiFi, WiMax, Ethernet and microwave technologies. BitSpray™ technology arose from broadband over powerline research done on the Canton Municipal Utilities power grid. Walt's BPL research was generously supported by Major General John Wallace (USAF Ret.), General Manager of CMU. Walt was a decorated US Marine Sergeant E-5 that served in Vietnam from June 1965 to July 1966 as a Marine ASRaT.
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Bert Massey, Chief Operating Officer
Media Contact: Walt Runkis, BitSpray Corporation, 866-975-5572, [email protected]
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