Secure Channels Inc.’s “Can You Break This” at Black Hat 2014
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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. CONTEST IS OPEN TO THE FIRST 250 ENTRANTS WHO ARE REGISTERED ATTENDANTS OF THE BLACK HAT USE 2014 EVENT.
ENTRY IN THIS CONTEST CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE OFFICIAL RULES.
Secure Channels Inc.’s Can You Break This event at Black Hat 2014 (the “Program”) is a skill contest designed to test the integrity of Secure Channels Inc.’s patented encryption technology known as PKMS2®. Entrants will be required to break (decrypt) the encrypted file contained on the USB flash drive during the contest period using their own devises. Proof of the subject file being decrypted will be evidenced by subject file being displayed on the USB flash drive in its original unencrypted state.
ENTRANTS MUST DISPLAY THE DECRYPTED FILE TO COMPANY BY OR BEFORE 5:00 P.M. ON AUGUST 7, 2014. In addition to displaying the file in the unencrypted state, entrants must submit a written explanation of how they decrypted the file (the “Explanation”). The first entrant who submits an Explanation that meets the Explanation Requirements will be awarded the prize.
Secure Channels Inc., has created a paradigm shift within the technology industry. Secure Channels Inc. is a cybersecurity firm leveraging robust, state-of-the-art patented encryption technologies and authentication solutions compatible with every type of data available today. Fostering innovative disruptive technologies while still being user defined has become a cornerstone for Secure Channels. Developing patented unique processes to harden encryption and envelop resources in such a way as to render the data unbreakable and useless to the hacker, leaving them with only bits and bytes. By using its Proximity Technologies and securing data through IoT Devices, Secure Channels will be delivering real time analytics, payment processing, and data collection to any mobile platform or device. Secure Channels provides impenetrable cybersecurity far in excess of any existing encryption systems available, you would have to go to the future to find such security and Secure Channels would already be there.