Blockchain with CyberloQ
This information VIDEO explains how Blockchain combined with CyberloQ is a superior cyber-security protocol.
Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc.
VENICE, Fla., April 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. (“CyberloQ” or the “Company”) (OTC: ACRT) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company’s business and information objectives going forward.
The Company has successfully developed its very first private blockchain (PBC) that offers the ultimate in protection for data being sent over the Internet. Private blockchains are faster, more efficient and more cost-effective than public blockchains, which require a lot of time and energy to validate transactions.
The first application of the CyberloQ PBC was an integration with a medical database. All patient data is block-chained during transmission. Patients accessing their medical information remotely use the CyberloQ App system to authenticate the use of the web portal.
The CyberloQ Vault also has the PBC integrated into it. The CyberloQ Vault allows companies to send and receive sensitive files and documents without using email. Both the senders and receivers of the information use the CyberloQ App to authenticate themselves. All files being sent are encrypted in storage and block chained during transmission.
The CyberloQ Apps and the CyberloQ PBC address the issues that prevent cyber-criminals from accessing sensitive data because we protect the data and the users of the data. The company feels it is well positioned in this ever-growing Cyber Security space as it has now started generating revenue and interest here in the US and abroad with its PBC, combined with CyberloQ is unique to the market.
The Company has created a brief VIDEO to explain the Blockchain in conjunction with CyberloQ; this combination separates Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. from most if not all of its competitors in the Cyber-Security space.
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A video accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/5a5bc0a7-8a06-49b2-b9de-f64743a35abe