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Now serving both Government and Enterprise

Delivering Hyper-Enabled Private and
Secure Communications

Protecting the communication contents, the device

and the individual’s identity, location and information

utilizing commodity devices over untrusted networks

Released: Dec 2018

Today’s Challenge: Secure Public Network Communications

Problem #1: Secure WHAT is Communicated

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  • End-to-End encryption ONLY protects contents of comms
  • Subject to device and O/S level software exploits
  • Subject to social engineering through secondary metadata and patterns
  • Typically leverages centralized solutions subject to eavesdropping 

Problem #2: Secure the Device (HOW)

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  • Relies on costly Mobile Device Management (MDM) software and/or protective sleeves
  • Inadequate for practical military and intelligence applications in the field
  • Still vulnerable to rooting or software and O/S specific hacks

Problem #3: Secure the People (WHO)

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  • Exposure of PII, User Identity, Geo-location and IP-address metadata and information is a critical vulnerability in communications that is used to track and trace sender and recipient destinations


PeerStream Solutions Protect All Three Critical Areas

Secure the Comms

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  • End-To-End Encryption (E2EE) with Symmetric and Asymmetric cryptography algorithms including robust Elliptic-curve cryptography (ECC) 
    • Curve25519
    • Ed25519

Secure the Device

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  • PeerStream apps access the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) within modern devices which is a secure enclave chipset that is walled off from O/S
  • Provides hardware-based encryption and Trusted UI (TUI)
  • Generates tamper-resistant, non-clonable keys

Secure the People

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  • PeerStream Protocol (PSP) supports anonymity with multilayer encryption and an ephemeral P2P distributed network transport 
  • Uses onion routing, hidden services, and virtual rendezvous points
  • Low profile solution that operates on commercial hardware and networks for “Hiding in Plain Sight”

How it Works

Applications

PSP WILL SERVE MULTIPLE TYPES OF APPLICATIONS USED TO GENERATE SECURE LIVE DATA AND CONTENT FOR REAL-TIME DISTRIBUTION:

Consumer Applications

  • Social Networking
  • Live Video Streaming
  • Video Chat

Enterprise and Government Applications

  • Workforce Collaboration
  • Video Conferencing
  • Sales Demonstrations
  • Interagency channels 
  • Intelligence / Military
  • Emergency Response
  • Foreign Operatives

Case Study: ProximaX

ProximaX utilizes PeerStream Protocol (PSP) provided by PeerStream, Inc.

ProximaX is an advanced extension of the Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) with utility-rich services and protocols. Businesses, enterprises, and innovators can avoid costly and failure prone centralized architecture by utilizing an all-in-one sustainable platform which provides augmented secured services, content delivery, storage, and media streaming. ProximaX will utilize PeerStream Protocol (PSP) to provide the secure P2P messaging, routing and real-time multimedia streaming. 

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Backchannel and PeerStream Protocol

Backchannel is a framework with rich SDK's to access secure communications powered by PeerStream Protocol

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