Enhance your security with scalable, cost-effective and low-latency advanced cryptography solutions.

The acceleration of mobile and cloud computing has increased demand for cryptography systems that enhance communications security and meet high-speed requirements for the efficient transfer of data.

Whitewood Encryption Systems seeks to meet this need by developing next-generation systems of data encryption that leverage advanced cryptography technologies emerging from U.S. centers of research excellence. These systems will provide defenders with enhanced security through scalable, cost-effective and low-latency solutions.

Whitewood's initial products, anticipated to be a high-entropy, high-throughput quantum random number generator and a next-generation, scalable system of quantum key management, are founded upon technologies developed over the course of the past two decades. These technical innovations are expected to offer unprecedented levels of speed and security for data encryption by providing a quantum physics-based alternative to traditional cryptographic practices.

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33 Arch St., 32nd Floor
Boston, MA 02110
617.419.1800

Whitewood is a subsidiary of Allied Minds, an innovative U.S. science and technology development and commercialization company. Operating since 2006, Allied Minds forms, funds, manages and builds products and businesses based on innovative technologies developed at leading U.S. universities and federal research institutions. Allied Minds serves as a diversified holding company that supports its businesses and product development with capital, central management and shared services. More information about the Boston-based company can be found at www.alliedminds.com

Whitewood Encryption Systems derives its name from Thomas Jefferson's invention of the wheel cipher, the most advanced encryption system at the time. Jefferson's instructions for building a wheel cipher began with a "cylinder of white wood."

The historical cipher pictured above resides in the National Cryptologic Museum. The image is a derivative of the photo Jefferson Cipher Wheel by Ideonexus / CC BY 2.0.