CIS Digital Dead-Drop (3D) Data Server PQC
The 3D Server architecture employs a unique configuration platform to transfer and manage data-at-rest, where Data is synchronized within separate servers located anywhere in the world through a proprietary software defined network (SDN) solution. CIS successfully incorporated the Virtual Dissimulated Encrypted Server (VDES) Gateway router between the ISP modem and the Data server, avoiding the creation of digital signatures, generation of hard selectors, and independent of any third-party service provider.
The 3D server platform is fully decentralized, end-to-end encrypted with the Post Quantum Cryptography CRYSTALS Kyber-1024, a NIST security Level 5 cryptographic suite.
The data server at the Source location sends a synchronization request out through a VDES gateway to a command-and-control (C2) server (a.k.a London). From the C2 the request gets randomized to a transit server (TS) with Kyber-1024 encryption (a.k.a Singapore). From the Singapore IP the request synchronizes to a remote transit node to a SEPARATE SDN network (a.k.a Amsterdam) of the Destination data server. The Amsterdam IP then sends the request to the C2 server (a.k.a Tokyo). The Tokyo IP connects to a Destination server through a VDES gateway to establish the synchronization process.
Besides the live synchronization feature, 3D platform can also incorporate a backup feature from the Source location to a second Destination server anywhere in the world. This utilizes a similar architecture over a totally separate SDN encrypted network within the VDES gateway. The second Destination server is also configured with its own VDES gateway accepting a backup request from the Source location through a different transit server (a.k.a Frankfurt). The Frankfurt IP sends the backup request to its C2 (a.k.a New York). The New York IP connects to the VDES gateway in front of the second Destination server to initiate the backup process.
In this scenario the second Destination server, through its VDES PQC gateway, becomes a digital cutout platform, segregating the source location data server from the second Destination backup server. The end user receiving the backup data from the Source location has zero probability of detection and zero probability for the intercepting of data.
The digital signature for the data-in-transit between the synchronization and backup servers appears as HTTPS traffic, blending in with the most common digital signatures in cyber space. The 3D server infrastructure supports the secure transit of any data formats from collection platforms, live camera feeds, financial databases, IoT data, PII, medical database etc.