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Authorization, Authentication, Verification & Certification
in a decentralized network
What is Authoreon?
Authorization, Authentication, Verification & Certification
for consumers, corporations, governments & organizations
Telecommunications data retention generally refers to the storage of call detail records (CDRs) of telephony and internet traffic and transaction data (IPDRs) by governments and commercial organizations. In the case of government data retention, the data that stored is usually of telephone calls made and received, emails sent and received, and websites visited. Location data is also collected. The primary objective in government data retention is traffic analysis and mass surveillance. The problem is that these practices are often in conflict with privacy laws and regulations, since advocates claim the data retention can prevent e.g. terror attacks, while critics argue that the data is not secure against hacks and breaches and movement profiles could be created. (See also “European Court of Justice rules against mass data retention in EU”).
Authoreon proposes a solution to this dilemma by storing all collected data – immediately and only – in the blockchain and making them accessible only to authorized authorities via our 2²-key-authentication, so an investigator would only get access if authorized by a judge. This way all private data is stored safely, while still accessible to authorities if ordered by court.
“Document fraud is an important enabler of organized crime and terrorism, clearly. There is a whole subset of criminal activity and a criminal sector that is involved in stealing passports and producing sophisticated passports and supplying them to the criminal market.”
— Europol Director Rob Wainwright
Authoreon is also addressing this use case by enabling the issuing authorities to store document data securely in the blockchain, as well as by providing the corresponding verification tools e.g. to police and border patrol.
Other forms of cyber crime involve for example ransomware attacks (like the recent Wannacry cryptoworm), homepage hacks (like the recent Coindash Hack) and DDos attacks. The global cost of cybercrime will reach $2 trillion by 2019, a threefold increase from the 2015 estimate of $500 billion.
Authoroen will provide a solution to decentralize the storage of source code and databases – making e.g. homepages, e-commerce businesses, mobile apps, intranets immutable – so that only authorized instances will be able to make changes to the source code or database.
All the devices that are connected to the internet create access points with which hackers can infiltrate a company’s network.
Securing access by authorization in the Internet-of-Things, is another area Authoreon will address.
With more than 3 billion records leaked, it is clear that all existing security measurements are extremely insufficient.
The Authoreon solution replaces the traditional authentication and even the two-factor authentication. We predict that e.g. even large social networks will use our solution to store their users’ data safely in the blockchain.
The 2017 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Strategy & Research finds that Identity thieves, who commit financial fraud with stolen account information, hit 15.4 million Americans in 2016 (16% up from 2015) and stole $16 billion dollars, which is a nearly billion dollar year-to-year increase.
Authoreon will provide an immutable digital identity for consumers, as well as the corresponding verification tools for verifying parties. Secured by our Access Lock layer, the Smart-Contracts-as-a-Service will efficiently protect your identity.
“Trade in Counterfeit and Pirated Goods: Mapping the Economic Impact” puts the value of imported fake goods worldwide at USD 461 billion in 2013, compared with total imports in world trade of USD 17.9 trillion. Up to 5% of goods imported into the European Union are fakes. Most originate in middle income or emerging countries, with China the top producer.
Authoreon will provide an immutable digital identity for products, as well as the corresponding verification tools for verifying parties. Secured by our Access Lock layer, the Smart-Contracts-as-a-Service will efficiently protect the originality of consumer products and thus the producing brands and manufacturers itself.
Companies know where things start and where they end up. But how they get there, and what happens between each checkpoint, is relatively unknown. E.g. Food is an extremely sensitive product. It needs to be carefully handled, it needs to be kept within certain temperatures to ensure quality, and it needs to be tested so that spoiled orders don’t end up at a grocery store deli counter—or served in your Chipotle bowl. The challenge with adhering to all these regulations comes down to the fact that many of the processes that make up a food product’s supply chain are severely outdated. They are done manually, with orders being tracked by warehouse workers.
Authoreon will provide an effective and automated supply chain management solution. Secured by our Access Lock layer, the Smart-Contracts-as-a-Service will efficiently track, monitor and control shipments of products such as food and other quality products.
Public Beta Dec 1st
with two separate overlay protocols:
The Autheon Token
- Authoreon solves problems, that cause billions of dollars in damage every year. The cyber security market alone is expected to reach $231.94 billion by 2022.1
- With its diverse use cases, Authoreon will offer solutions to several target groups such as consumers, corporations, governments & organizations, which increases network effects and minimizes the risk of developing the ‘wrong’ product.
- Due to its intuitive user interface, the Authoreon platform makes it extremely simple to interact with the blockchain, and to register or transfer assets.
- The AUTH token supply is limited and all Smart-Contracts-as-a-Service (SCaaS) will run on AUTH tokens only, so – following the rules of supply and demand – there will be an increased demand resulting in an increase in value of the AUTH token.
Token Sale Terms
1 Billion Tokens Issued
- 1% to cover tokensale costs
- 33% are sold in the crowdsale
- 33% are allocated to incentivize participation
- 33% are retained by Authoreon
Chris HeinzeBlockchain Architect
CEO & Co-Founder
Ali ZainBlockchain developer
Ajay DhandeFull Stack Developer
Mohit MaliBackend Developer
Md NasiruddinApplication Developer
Mi XiaoLiFrontend & Mobile App Developer
Atif ZahidBlockchain & Smart Contract Advisor
Cryptocurrency eCommerce toolkit
Founder at Maxnetlabs.com
Mateusz WarcholinskiTechnical Advisor
COO at Brainhub.eu
Terry SealMarketing & Branding Advisor
Go To Market
Founder at BuyBoon.com