What is Cryptography?

Cryptography is the process of transforming ordinary plain text into unintelligible text and vice versa. CryptoMize uses cryptography for various purposes that ensures security of data.

Cryptography assists in storage of data in specific format ensuring correct and secure processing.


Cryptography can help protect important information from all kinds of theft or alteration .


Our Cryptography process verifies the identities of the individuals who are accessing the information.


It is used to transmit information in a certain format. This guarantees that the information is kept safe and confidential.

What is Cryptography

What is Encryption Decryption?

In the context of Cyber Security, Encryption Decryption plays a significant role in the process of Cryptography. Both Encryption and Decryption have their own distinct utilizations.
  • Encryption is the process of converting data from readable to encoded that can only be read or processed after decryption.
  • Decryption restores encrypted data to its original state and is decoded using a secret key or password which only authorised users can decode.
  • Data privacy encryption protects data sent between browsers and servers for individuals and businesses, like credit card digits and personal data.
What is Encryption Decryption

Benefits of Encryption

Cryptography makes use of hashing algorithms and message digests in order to ensure that the integrity, confidentiality, and authenticity of the data is being maintained.

Data Integrity

Cryptography guarantees the receiver's data is unaltered and untouched during transmission.

Data Authenticity

Receivers are given codes and digital keys ensuring that the data received is genuine and from the intended sender.

Benefits of Encryption

Various Types Of Encryption

Cryptography is accomplished through the use of various keys in the process of cryptography that the encryption and decryption of messages are accomplished. Each key is unique to the message being encrypted and decrypted.

There has been extensive documentation in the literature about the extensive use of public and private keys by this group. Each of these keys performs a specific function, and the extensive use of public and private keys by this group has also been well documented in the literature.

In general, CryptoMize provides three types of Cryptography:

Symmetric Key

Encryption and decryption of messages using a single shared key to ensure the secure exchange of keys.

Hash Functions

Operating systems make use of Hash Functions to encrypt passwords. This does not involve the use of any keys.

Asymmetric Key

Uses distinct public and private keys to ensure that only the receiver with the private one can decode.

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Quantum Risk Assessment

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Managed Encryption

There is no need for expensive hardware or software, nor is it necessary to have an internal IT staff to support your device's privacy to encrypt and secure mobile devices.

Cloud Key Management

A full-service KMS encrypts data using CryptoMize's keys, eliminates the customer's key management burden, saves time and money of clients, and ensures encryption of sensitive data.

Risk Assessment of Your Quantum Computers

When CryptoMize conducts a Quantum Risk Assessment, our customers gain the knowledge to understand the extent of quantum cyber risk and the timeframe in which quantum-enabled threats are likely to emerge. With our services, organisations can address quantum risk in a proactive manner, helping them develop an action plan for reaching a safe state as part of their normal life cycle, rather than as a response to an emergency.
A QRA does not replace a regular cyber Risk Assessment (RA) as it requires some information gathered during a RA, the QRA usually conducted together or after a traditional RA. The QRA, however, focuses on the security issues that arise with quantum computers and does not directly address other aspects of traditional assessment.
Risk Assessment Your Quantum Computers


Identify potentially vulnerable information assets to quantum threats.


Recommend mitigation measures, safeguards, and controls.


Implement tips to secure and protect against future threats.

Managing Keys For Your Cloud System

A cloud service that manages encryption keys for other cloud services enterprises can be used to implement cryptographic functions that are provided by CryptoMize Cloud Key Management Service (KMS). Rather than key management being a burden for the customer, CryptoMize provides a full-service KMS where data is encrypted using CryptoMize’s keys.
  • CryptoMize's KMS allows customers to easily encrypt sensitive data before it is stored.
  • Saves the customer time and reduces the cost of managing their own keys.
  • Targeted at industries that have stringent regulations on data security and storage.
Managing Keys For Your Cloud System

Significance of Cloud Key Management

  • The Key Management System used by CryptoMize is the foundation of its privacy mechanism and compliance strategy.
  • Enterprise customers benefit from Key Management Systems (KMS) and Trusted Third Party (TTP) solutions.
  • These systems include hardware security modules, to protect the privacy and integrity of their data.
  • Auditing is performed on the management, usage, and access of encryption keys, among other things.
Significance of Cloud Key Management

What is Managed Encryption?

  • Managed Encryption is one of the simplest and most painless methods of encrypting and securing mobile devices.
  • It doesn’t need expensive hardware or software, nor is it necessary to have an internal IT staff to support your device's security.
  • CryptoMize’s IT experts will secure your devices, utilising our robust cloud-based tool giving you more time to focus on your business.
  • Remotely secure your organization's vulnerable devices, including those owned by employees.
  • In case a device is compromised, you can immediately mitigate the threat with a single click.
What is Managed Encryption


Privacy Enforcement entails ensuring the appropriate implementation of a set of rules or compliance requirements pertaining to an individual's private information. Privacy enforcement is critical in ensuring the security of an organization's confidential data:
Ensures Protection

Nobody wants to expose their business to the risk of a data breach. Organizations require encryption to stave against unwanted attacks and secure their personal information.

Enforces Confidentiality

Confidentiality is crucial for the success of any firm. To preserve a competitive edge, it is necessary to keep data private from competitors, partners, and other third parties. .

Enforces Integrity

Integrity protects your data against manipulation. By ensuring that data is constantly correct and available through a robust system. It safeguards your data from prying eyes.

Builds Credibility

People are more worried than ever with their privacy. A business that prioritises the privacy and security of its consumers' data will earn their trust and boost the brand's credibility.




Identify risk mitigation, protection, and control measures and make suggestions.


Implement a variety of ways to safeguard and protect against potential dangers in the future.


Secure your devices with our advanced cloud-based solution so you can focus on your company.


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An encrypted document or spreadsheet is one example of data that is converted into an incomprehensible, jumbled format in order to safeguard the secrecy of the data. Using encryption, data may be protected by rendering it unreadable until the data is decrypted, or unscrambled, using the right cypher and key combination. A cypher is a mathematical procedure that is used to encrypt and decrypt information.
Generally, encryption is safe. Data transmitted and stored with encryption is safer than when left unencrypted. The average user uses encryption automatically many times a day when using a web browser or mobile app. Manual file encryption is safe with responsible handling of the decryption keys.
While your emails are in route between you and their intended recipients, encryption in transit helps to protect them from being intercepted by third parties and read. Due to the large number of unencrypted emails that are sent and received in the open on a daily basis, they are an appealing target for eavesdropping and bulk interception as they travel across hundreds of optical fibres and routers.
Scientists Crack the Longest and Most Complex Encryption Key Ever Scientists have achieved a new world record by increasing the length of the longest broken encryption key from 232 digits to 240 digits in length. These figures are still far less than the quantities used in genuine cryptography, indicating that this is a triumph for computers rather than hacking.
The simple answer is yes, encrypted data can be hacked. It also requires extremely advanced software to decrypt any data when hackers do not have access to the decryption key, although there has been a progression in software development used for these means and there are some hackers out there with that capability.
The three major encryption types are DES, AES, and RSA.

1.DES Symmetric Encryption Algorithm: By splitting a 64-bit block of plaintext data into two 32-bit blocks and executing the encryption procedure to each separately, DES transforms plaintext into ciphertext. This entails the data going through 16 rounds of different procedures such as expansion, permutation, replacement, or an XOR operation with a round key as it is encrypted.
2. AES Symmetric Encryption Algorithm: The AES algorithm, which stands for "advanced encryption system," is one of the most widely used encryption algorithms. It was created as a replacement for the DES method. AES, also known as Rijndael, was approved by NIST in 2001 and became an encryption standard. Unlike DES, AES is a block cypher family that includes cyphers with varying key lengths and block sizes.
3. RSA Asymmetric Encryption Algorithm: RSA is the most extensively used asymmetric encryption method. It was invented in 1977 by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman (thus "RSA"). Its power comes from the "prime factorization" approach it employs. Essentially, this approach involves multiplying two enormous random prime numbers to get another enormous number. The goal is to figure out the original prime numbers from this massively multiplied quantity.

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