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JS Security launches new product video – Security as a service

With our ‘’Security-as-a-service’’-solution, your data gets encrypted client-side, and then uploaded, before passing through the sharding process where the data gets shredded into smaller pieces.

These pieces then get distributed out on our nationwide decentralised network at the highest rate of security, integrity, and speed. At this point, the data is untouchable for outsiders without access rights.

This is the network of the future!

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