True Zero Trust Security

RMIT validates Tide’s breakthrough in multi-party cryptography

Tide/RMIT collaboration heralds a cybersecurity revolution to be showcased at the prestigious Technology Surprise Forum

Following a year-long research partnership, RMIT and the Tide Foundation have validated a solution to the potential vulnerability of the root authority, using novel secure multi-party-cryptographic technology.

This solution is made possible via a breakthrough, world-changing concept – dubbed ‘Blind Secret Processing’ – which changes the cybersecurity paradigm and could make large data breaches and unauthorised access to critical infrastructure things of the past.

The first true Zero Trust Identity and Access Management system, enabled by Blind Secret Processing, operates entirely blind to the authority it yields. With it, the authoritative keys to an organisation’s digital assets (e.g. data, funds, cyber-physical infrastructure) are decoupled from the system and reside fragmented and split across swarms of servers on a decentralised network.


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