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Military Grade Encryption

Perfect Secrecy, NSA CNSA 2.0, QKD. Learn More.

No Need for Crypto Agility

Easy deployable Perfect Secrecy. Learn More.


Zero Trust with Stateless Encryption. Learn More.

Easy Integration

Low SWaP Encryption in the cloud and hardware. Learn More.

QuSmart™ Quantum Security Infrastructure as a Service (QSIaaS)*

QuSmart™ QSIaaS - keep your secrets

QuSmart™ Quantum Security Infrastructure as a Service (QSIaaS) offers tailored protection for vital data. Our unique architecture guarantees Perfect Secrecy for data, whether it’s in motion or at rest. QuSmart™ QSIaaS is a seamless end-to-end solution, ensuring your data stays secure with quantum measures, without requiring you to replace your current encryption setup.
It combines the following features:
  • Zero Trust with stateless encryption
  • Gold Standard of Quantum Proof Encryption, Perfect Secrecy
  • NSA CNSA 2.0 post-quantum cryptography that meets FIPS PUB 197, FIPS PUB 180-4, and NIST SP 800-208
  • Single QKD initialization enables video conferencing data in perfect secrecy over a public network
  • Crypto agility to deploy Perfect Secrecy in hardware or software environments
  • Low (SWaP) Size, Weight, and Power, making it Accessible, Adaptable, and Affordable
  • Keyless system for perfect secrecy architecture
  • Stand-alone no key distribution solution for AES 256 with malware protection
  • Active Defense that prevents malware and SQL injection attacks
  • High availability
  • Easy deployment of Satellite, IOT, on-prem, and cloud solutions


Military Grade Encryption

Qusmart™ Quantum Security Infrastructure as a Service Supports:

  1. Next-Gen AI-enabled Perfect Secrecy*, which is considered “military-grade” because it provides absolute security against eavesdropping.
  2. All NSA CNSA 2.0 Algorithms.
  3. Next-Gen Perfect Secrecy QKD.*
  • Patent Pending Technology

No Need for Crypto Agility

Perfect Secrecy, also know as One Time Pad (OTP) Encryption, does not require crypto agility in the traditional sense. Here’s why: 

  1. No Algorithm Switching: Since the security of Perfect Secrecy/OTP Encryption doesn’t rely on the complexity of the algorithm but on the randomness and secrecy of the keys, there’s no need to switch algorithms, which is a primary reason for needing crypto agility
  2. Perfect Secrecy: OTPs provide perfect secrecy, meaning that the ciphertext gives no information about the plaintext without knowledge of the key. This is because each key is randomly generated, used only once, and is at least as long as the message itself. 
  3. No Key Reuse: The key in an OTP is never reused. 


A stateless solution can fit well into an enterprise client’s Zero Trust architecture for several reasons: 

  1. Scalability: Stateless applications do not maintain any client state between requests, which means they can handle any request independently. This makes them highly scalable, as any server can handle any request, which is beneficial for large enterprise systems. 
  2. Security: In a Zero Trust architecture, every request is treated as potentially hostile and must be authenticated and authorized. Since stateless applications do not rely on information from previous transactions, they inherently align with this principle. Each request is authenticated and authorized independently, reducing the risk of information leakage or misuse.

Easy Integration

Low SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power) encryption refers to cryptographic systems that are designed to be efficient in terms of their physical size, weight, and power consumption in the cloud and in hardware. Our Next-Gen Perfect Secrecy is Low SWaP, 143% faster than AES256, and quantum-proof.

Our Low SWaP Perfect Secrecy solutions are designed to provide security and privacy in resource-constrained applications. Here are some applications that use Low SWaP encryption:

  1. Internet of Things (IoT): IoT devices often have limited resources, making lightweight cryptography a good fit.
  2. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN): These networks consist of spatially distributed autonomous sensors that monitor physical or environmental conditions. Lightweight cryptographic algorithms can provide secure communication within these networks.
  3. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Systems: RFID systems use electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. Lightweight cryptography can help protect the data transmitted by these systems.
  4. Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN): WBANs are used for wearable devices that monitor body parameters such as temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure. Lightweight cryptography can ensure the privacy and security of this sensitive data.
  5. Vehicle Ad-Hoc Networks: These networks allow vehicles to communicate with each other. Lightweight cryptographic algorithms can provide secure communication within these networks.
  6. Healthcare: Lightweight cryptographic algorithms can be used to secure data in medical devices and health monitoring systems.
  7. Cyber-Physical Systems: These are systems that integrate computation, networking, and physical processes. Lightweight cryptography can provide data protection in these systems.
  8. Satellites: Lightweight cryptographic algorithms can be used to secure data streaming and in transit data from the satellite to the ground

*Patent Pending Technology

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