SoLVBL Solutions Inc said it has completed independent test validations of its flagship cryptographic cybersecurity product, Q by SoLVBL.
The independent testing was conducted by Sonam Devgan Kaul, Ph.D., an independent cryptography expert based in Toronto.
According to the company, the thorough vetting process confirms the system is existentially unforgeable.
Cryptography expert Kaul holds a PH.D. in cryptography and is currently an assistant professor of the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Department at University of Toronto, and a post-doctoral cryptography researcher at Department of ECE at University of Toronto.
Previously she served as the Academic Coordinator at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences.
In order to test Q by SoLVBL, Kaul undertook an independent, extensive, in-depth and thorough review of the product. Upon completion of her test work, she verified the system to be existentially unforgeable. Additionally, Kaul has verified mathematically and cryptographically SoLVBL’s claims around the identity, integrity, completeness, portability, attribution and confidentiality of the product.
"We are delighted with the outcome of Ms Kaul's analysis. This is one more step - and an incredibly significant step - in establishing Q by SoLVBLTM's credentials. Any organization with data worth forging should be using Q by SoLVBL, " Ray Pomroy, CEO of SoLVBL said in a statement.
Pomroy continued: "This is a key development in SoLVBL's journey to being a highly successful business in today's ever changing technology world. SoLVBL has successfully raised $4 million recently, which will fund its ambitious growth plans. The company is actively adding to its talent pool as it continues to bolster its team. Ms Kaul's analysis demonstrates Q by SoLVBL's pedigree in providing both a unique solution to data authentication and cyber security. SoLVBL believes, if you have data worth forging, you should be using Q by SoLVBL."
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