Cris: You have been quoted as saying, "I can give you the same security the Department of Defense uses for less than you would spend on a photocopier." How is that possible?
Jake Kiser, CEO of StrongKey: I'm glad that's an arresting statement. We thought a little while about how to position it that way. To take a step back and be very literal about what that statement means, StrongKey is a company that has been doing cybersecurity for 17 years and our founder for a decade beyond that. We are one of the thought leaders in what is known as public key cryptography, which is generally accepted as one of the strongest ways to secure data. So for these decades we have played in the enterprise space, our clients include multiple national, central banks, Fortune 40 companies… and just like that statement says, while not the Department of Defense itself, the same standards the DOD uses. How that happens is because our magic sauce is in the software stack that sits on top of hardware. So we are a hardware-based solution, but the secret to our cryptography is in the software we developed. And the secret to that software is it is all propped up by and based on open source licensing. So essentially with its development now done -- and its been done for 10 - 15 years now -- we can package it on a hardware appliance that is small enough to be relevant to a local credit union, an individual small business, and is highly, highly affordable because we are not bound to any kind of license fee structure based on the underlying software.