how it works
As today’s computer hardware looks to adapt to tomorrow’s encryption needs, the dual challenges of latency and energy consumption will only increase. By reducing both, the Polymorphic Key Progression Algorithm (PKPA) introduces more efficient security today, so you can focus on smarter security for tomorrow.
The polymorphic Key Progression Algorithm
The PKPA enhances standard encryption through the process of polymorphism, where data is broken up into fragments and each is encrypted with its own unique key. Unlike traditional encryption, this creates multiple pairs of ciphers and keys that can be processed in parallel, rather than a single block of data encrypted with a single key.
The PKPA reduces the latency common with standard encryption technology by allowing multiple data fragments to be processed simultaneously. The ability to inject multithreading into the encrypt/decrypt process leverages the power of your operating system to improve overall performance.
Parallel processing reduces the computing power required throughout the encrypt/decrypt process. For large scale enterprises, this can greatly reduce the overhead costs associated with power consumption and dissipation.