Massive Data Theft Prevention
The “modern plagues” are the recently increased assaults to Cybersecurity. Technology wise we have to understand and accept that the plethora of attack vectors, used by hackers, makes it virtually impossible to keep hackers out of the private and corporate networks. BOLO Network addresses the challenge through a new appliance based technology. This implementation makes it impossible to upload malicious code to servers, intercept traffic traversing through the Internet, or stealing Cloud Storage information. At the core is BOLO’s patented Random Byte Shuffling (RBS) technology and Random Packet Scattering (RPS) technology. While we are learning that conventional encryption (AES256) has become an open book to hackers, BOLO’s RBS offers security algorithms that are infinitely more secure and unbreakable by any computing technology. At the same time there is no impact to throughput performance.
NEW SECURITY STANDARD
BOLO derives its power of obfuscation from the fact that the TCP/IP payload is 1460. What we do is random byte shuffling leading to a 1460! (factorial) number of choices. But the best feature is that it is executed at line rate. The demand for throughput performance curbs typically the ability to encrypt in real-time. Not so with BOLO. Anything and everything can be shuffled at line rate.
TRANSPARENT INSTALLATION INTO EXISTING NETWORKS
BOLO works transparent. There are no changes to your network setup required. The day you decide to work with BOLO you will be protected without any further delay. Fiduciary Duty requires that your data is safe and not vulnerable to attacks. We just don’t provide more administrative hurdles to fix the problem of compromised credentials – we fix the massive data breach! That simple. BOLO protection provides piece of mind.
DAY ZERO ATTACK PREVENTION
With BOLO in front of you server farm no malicious code attack not even ZERO DAY will ever succeed. The transparent BOLO appliance obfuscates all data including the attack, rending it useless on the server. Nothing will exist on the server that the hacker will be able to execute. This is the end of massive breaches.