Seattle, April 6 – 01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (TSXV:ONE)(OTCQB:OONEF) (the “Company”) one of the first-to-market, enterprise level cybersecurity providers for the quantum computing era, is pleased to announce that the Company has signed a partnership agreement with rThreat Inc., a United States-based cybersecurity company providing breach and attack emulation solutions to help clients prevent cyberattacks. Upon testing IronCAP™’s algorithm at its month-long Bounty Contest, rThreat Inc. deemed IronCAP™ “uncrackable” and concluded that the attack methodologies for traditional asymmetric encryption algorithms such as RSA, do not apply to IronCAP™.
Andrew Cheung, CEO of 01 Communique commented, “Cybersecurity threats are on an all-time high now and they will get much worse with the skyrocketing advancement in quantum computing. Enterprises need to act quickly to secure their data and prepare for the post-quantum cybersecurity. rThreat Inc. is the pioneer in developing test-oriented artifacts for new generation of cyber threats and our IronCAP™ technology provides the best-in-class quantum-safe cryptography. I am confident that the synergy of our partnership will create solutions to safeguard our customers from cyberattacks today and in the new quantum era.”
Hugo Sanchez, CEO and Co-Founder of rThreat Inc. stated, “I’m proud to announce the technology partnership between IronCAP™ and rThreat Inc. Our team of developers look forward to using IronCAP™’s technology and their revolutionary encryption methodologies to help us create the next generation of custom and forced zero-day artifacts for quantum-era cyberattacks. IronCAP™’s state of the art technology will not only help boost our platform capabilities, but ultimately allow our customers to better prepare for the impending future of quantum computing and quantum-era cyberattacks that will follow.”
rThreat Inc.’s mission is to help clients prevent cyber-attacks both known and, most importantly, unknown. rThreat Inc. is the first company to make available to its clients real known and unknown zero-day artifacts for the measurement and validation of cybersecurity solutions.
rThreat Inc. was born in response to the need to pragmatically evaluate an organization’s security posture against potential attacks and security breaches with zero-day artifacts. As a result, rThreat Inc. has developed a scalable platform with the latest technologies capable of providing an authentic testing environment that can be used in real-time to evaluate the security posture of its clients. rThreat Inc.’s technology and research will be of great value to IronCAP™ by helping them leverage the threat intelligence rThreat Inc. gathers while developing its artifacts. For more information, visit rThreat Inc.’s website at https://rthreat.net.
About 01 Communique
Established in 1992, 01 Communique (TSXV:ONE)(OTCQB:OONEF) has always been at the forefront of technology. The Company’s cyber security business unit focuses on post-quantum cybersecurity with the development of its IronCAP™ technology. IronCAP™‘s patent-pending cryptographic system is an advanced Goppa code-based post-quantum cryptographic technology that can be implemented on classical computer systems as we know them today while at the same time can also safeguard against attacks in the future post-quantum world of computing. The Company’s remote access business unit provides its customers with a suite of secure remote access services and products under its I’m InTouch and I’m OnCall product offerings. The remote access offerings are protected in the U.S.A. by its patents #6,928,479 / #6,938,076 / #8,234,701; in Canada by its patents #2,309,398 / #2,524,039 and in Japan by its patent #4,875,094. For more information, visit the Company’s web site at www.ironcap.ca and www.01com.com.
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