The dramatic rise in cybercrime and privacy concerns has led to increased demand for encryption technologies that protect sensitive data. Despite hefty security solution investments, organizations are still unable to safeguard information from unauthorized use. Given the growing volume and increasing severity of cyberattacks, security is now a top business priority that necessitates heavy investments in proactive and reactive security solutions.

Today’s key-based encryption methods have an inherent vulnerability which is a single point of failure. If a hacker is able to acquire the encryption key through brute force, side channel, or other type of attack, he will own access to all of the data protected by that key. Some solutions change encryption keys at hard coded time intervals, such as once an hour. During that hour, a hacker has more than enough time to intercept sensitive data and breach a network.

These are just some of the breaches that have occurred in the U.S. in the past few months:

March 2018 – Orbitz: Data on 880,000 Consumers Exposed in a Hack

February 2018 – Crypto-Mining Attacks Emerge as the Next Big Threat to Enterprises

January 2018 – US Homeland Security Breach Compromised Info of 200,000+ Staff

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December 2017 – Hackers Shut Down Plant By Targeting Safety System

November 2017 – Uber Hack Exposes Data of 57 Million Users and Drivers, Report Says

October 2017 – Gaming Service Goes Down After Hacker Wipes Database and Holds It Ransom

August 2017 – Hackers Leak ‘Game Of Thrones’ Documents and HBO Emails

July 2017 – Voter Registration Data from 9 States Available for Sale on Dark Web

June 2017 – 198 Million US Voter Records Left Online For Two Weeks

May 2017 – The medical information of 134,000 Tampa Bay Surgery Center Patients is now available online.

May 2017 – A hacker stole the medical records of thousands of Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center patients in New York from 2014 to 2017.

April 2017 – The personal information of at least 500,000 Alliance Auto Lending Corp. customers is now available online.

February 2017 – A hacker now has the personal information of 4,800,000 job seekers who use or have used America’s Joblink.

January 2017 – Arby’s point-of-sale system (POS) was breached exposing 355,000 credit card and debit cards.

Here is Our Solution

Continuous Key Generation

Encryption Solutions LLC’s Dynamic Encryption technology eliminates the single point of failure problem inherent in single-key encryption techniques. Our key management system continuously generates synchronous keys between the sender and receiver. Each key is assigned to a small amount of data so if a hacker were to access one of hundreds of millions of keys, the amount of data he would obtain would be virtually useless.


Our key management system includes a redundant encryption channel. If one channel were compromised, the second channel would maintain encryption integrity.


We built in tolerance, so if a cell phone call or data packets drop due to a faulty network connection, for example, the keys remain synced between the sender and receiver.

Data Access Control

Encryption Solutions LLC Encryption provides fine-grain access control. Customers can put “rings” around a desktop computer, laptop, or server to control data access. For example, a team of people operating within a ring could be authorized to view documents but not allowed to download or transfer those documents. In addition, the rings support multifactor authentication and they can be used to enforce multiparty authorization by 2 to 64 parties.

Flexible Configurability

Encryption Solutions LLC’s key management system is completely configurable so customers have the flexibility to decide how often the keys change, how much data keys are associated with, and which multi-factor authentication mechanisms will be used. We also allow you to specify how many individuals are required for multiparty authorization and whether those authorizations must be simultaneous, sequential, geographic, etc.

Technology Agnostic

Encryption Solutions LLC Encryption is technology agnostic, so it can be embedded in any type of hardware, software, or network to protect data in motion and data at rest.

Low Overhead

Encryption Solutions LLC Encryption fortifies existing encryption methods and products without causing latency or performance degradation issues.