Secure Communication within and outside of Government Agencies

Non-Repudiable delivery of Contracts and other Legal Documents

Confidential communication with Clients

Secure communication of patient records and Clinical data


Cryptix makes implementing a trusted data sharing framework, easy and provides organisations with the ability to manage data that is shared beyond the enterprise securely.

The Cryptix framework maintains work flows, data storage and enterprise application investments, while protecting data across all communication channels including untrusted networks and devices.

Sensitive and confidential data is often shared inside and outside an organisation. When shared internally, majority of the data is secure based on enterprise related policies, but once data leaves the secure environment, data security and traceability is generally lost.

Data leakage risk exists for authorised and unauthorised recipients. Beyond the constant threat of hackers and malware, data containing proprietary and regulated information are often exposed to inadvertent emails, lost portable storage devices, unsanctioned application use and undocumented transfers of data.

 The Cryptix framework provides organisations the ability to apply internal business rules to all data beyond the enterprise using strong encryption, broad usage of access controls, multifactor authentication, recipient activity audit tracking and even the ability to remotely delete distributed data.

 More so, the Cryptix framework is so intuitive that it does not impact any existing business processes as it works with any line of business applications and multi-function devices. 


  • Protect data in transit and at rest
  • Secure/encrypt data at object level – no honey-pot for cyber criminals
  • Separate access control keys, keeping you in control
  • Use strong authentication methods to access data
  • Data transmission and authentication rules based on security classification
  • Preserve organisational information management principles, audit trails, workflows and access rules currently utilised by the organisation
  • Maintain the chain of evidence lifecycle for evidentiary purposes in the event of a data incident

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