Blockchain Security For Credit Card Transactions Encryption Solution Announced

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( — May 5, 2020) — Leading cybersecurity company Stealth Entry announced a patent-pending solution that leverages blockchain to eliminate the risk of credit, debit and payment card fraud, identity theft, access hacking and other cyber risks.

Stealth Entry, a company specializing in cutting-edge digital security solutions, announced a new patent-pending single sign-on encryption solution. The technology uses blockchain to protect credit, debit and payment cards from fraud and significantly improve the security of all digital transactions.

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The latest announcement aims to respond to the increased demand for high-security payment and digital access solutions.

Recent years have seen growing public awareness of the relatively high risk of data theft associated with standard encryption protocols. Since digital identity and payment data are often closely associated, hacking a single password or payment method can lead to massive data theft and credit fraud.

The latest security solution announced by Stealth Entry leverages blockchain technology to create a decentralized infrastructure that can be easily adapted to a wide range of payment processes.

From securing credit card transactions to improving e-commerce security for online vendors, the patent-pending system has a wide range of potential applications. The technology uses advanced geo-tracking, smart contracts and other security solutions to enable secure data transfer while meeting the highest standards of data protection and security.

With the latest announcement, Stealth Entry continues to expand its range of high-quality digital security solutions for clients across industries.

The company was established in 2009 by Israel Arroyo, Jr, an award-winning cybersecurity expert with extensive experience in the commercial and military sectors. Israel has served as a cyber-threat intelligence analyst for the United States Marine Corps Reserves from 2007 to 2018, a technical consultant and security engineer with Hewlett Packard from 2007 to 2008, and has held numerous other technical consulting and security engineering positions.

“Stealth Entry’s mission is to partner with our clients and provide relevant, actionable solutions and exceptional services as required through security best practices, regulatory compliance and business requirements”, said Israel. “Through our work, we will tenaciously and consistently exceed expectations to maintain high availability for mission-critical military systems, government operations, and corporate environments using top industry talent, strong ethics, and integrity.”

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