StrongSalt, a decentralized private information network, makes cloud storage as private as your thumb drive.
Take away the fear of someone else managing your files. StrongSalt’s private decentralized information network keeps your data in the hands of no one but you.
Save and access your confidential files anytime and anywhere using StrongSalt’s groundbreaking searchable encryption.
Shield your data from being accessed or deleted by outside entities using advances in encryption and decentralization.
Share your data and chat at ease with StrongSalt’s blockchain technology designed specifically for low latency communication.
We only use modern and widespread cryptographic algorithms. As mathematics, quantum computers, and hardwares advance, our cryptographic modules stay updated to reflect the latest best practice for strong security.
Searchable encryption allows you to encrypt all your files and provides you ability to search the content without decrypting it first.
StrongSalt’s multi-channel datagram network protocol enhances security and reduces latency of existing TCP-based network movement.
Blockchain prevents the network from being owned by one entity so that the service cannot be shut down by the whim of any one company or government.
The latest advances in cryptography, encryption, and private information retrieval preserve your privacy and anonymity.
We believe that everyone is born with certain unalienable rights, including the right of privacy.
We proudly support net neutrality and consider it to be essential for the freedom of speech.
Not only will StrongSalt protect data security of the IoT devices but also help protect the privacy of humans who are using those smart devices.
We envision a future where small communities can grow without fear of losing privacy.
We are excited to share with you the StrongSalt Whitepaper. This Whitepaper introduces you to the decentralized communication platform designed for IoT and the humans using these devices to help preserve human privacy in the world of AI and smart devices. We have also included a whitepaper giving an overview on standard searchable encryption (our product uses a much more advanced form of searchable encryption not mentioned in the whitepaper).View StrongSalt Whitepaper Searchable Encryption Overview
StrongSalt Protocol builds an ever growing decentralized network of volunteers.
Helping out the network by volunteering bandwidth, storage capacity and computing resources.
StrongSalt tokens can be used for a number of network services provided by other nodes and the network itself.
We distrust the network operators and hosting companies including ourselves with your data.
Ed Yu was the founding engineer of FireEye and has also worked as VP and Director of Engineering in various enterprise and software companies. He has worked both in startups and large corporations such as Oracle, Sun, SGI, and McAfee.
Ed graduated from the California Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.
Ed loves scuba diving, skydiving, and tai chi but with his current busy life, he spends more time annoying his coworkers with uncommented Haskell code.
Prior to StrongSalt, Jeff has worked in various business functions, including sales, marketing, and finance, in a Fortune 50 tech company. He received his bachelor's degree from the California Institute of Technology and MBA from the University of Virginia. Outside of work, he loves trading options and futures in the financial markets.
Blake has been programming since he needed to program to make his computer do anything. He likes dogs, cooking, travel, and sophisticated type systems. He lives in North Carolina.
Becky is an industry veteran specializing in distributed database technologies even though she is well-versed in full-stack development.
Becky graduated from Carleton University with a Masters Degree in Computer Science.
Becky was a key member of the original engineering team in OnSite Manager Inc., which was successfully acquired in September, 2017. She loves cooking, travel, kids and animals.
Kathy has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Computer Engineering from the University of California Santa Barbara.
She has been programming in various languages including C++, Java, Ruby and Perl throughout her career.
Kathy has a sweet tooth and enjoys outdoor activities.
Zach has worked on applications that range from geographic technologies to data analytics for job compensation. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Maryland and is a self taught programmer.
Zach has always had a strong initiative to learn new things. He grew up a tinkerer of electronics, and in high school built an electric pickup truck and an ATV powered golf cart.
When he's not working, he enjoys the beach with his wife and two kids, playing basketball and working on side projects.
Prior to StrongSalt, Daniel has worked in various business functions, including marketing and software engineering.
Outside of work, he loves traveling and sports.
Olya has always been inspired to stay curious. After studying Intercultural Communications and later Interface Design, she developed a strong understanding and passion for human computer interaction. She is addicted to elegant and minimalistic design.
She worked at a Senior Graphic Designer at an award-winning agency in Hawaii before moving to San Francisco to further develop her career. She occasionally paints and had a few of her works displayed at a gallery in Honolulu.
Dan is a Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Stanford University. He is also the Co-Director of the Stanford Computer Security Lab. Dan's main research focus is applied cryptography and computer security.
Matt is an Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute. Matt's research includes techniques for privacy-enhanced information storage, anonymous payment systems, and bilinear map-based cryptography.
In 2007, Mike co-founded Solar Junction and led the teams to two world records in Solar Cell efficiency (43.5% and 44%) and then sold the company in 2014. Mike is now building a new company. Mike also advises early stage companies on their strategies.
John is known as jtr at Google where he works as the Principal Site Reliability Engineer L8. John is responsbility for the world-wide Google SRE and maks sure things continue to run no matter what. In other words, John is intimately knowledgeable about extreme scalability and reliability in large scale production systems. In his spare time, he flies first class to Asia to eat weird spicy food.
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