Kryptik is building the next generation of security, privacy, and anonymity.
Kryptik offers software development and consulting in the following areas. For more information, send inquires to email@example.com.
Mix Networks: Taken together, the Kryptik team has decades of experience building provably anonymous high-latency anonymity networks. Mix networks solve the “metadata problem,” in which nearly all existing systems leak massive amounts of transactional data that can be incredibly personal and valuable to an adversary.
Unlinkable Authentication: Authentication is a fundamental building block of nearly all technological systems. The hallmark of current authentication practice is low security, horrible user experience, and bad privacy practices. Kryptik’s technology allows for a smooth user experience, increased security, and protection of personal information.
Secure Attribute Attestation: As technological systems grow more complicated and involve data that traverses institutional boundaries, it is becoming more important to be able to verify the assertions made by other organizations. Unfortunately, current methods of doing this are often a privacy nightmare, in which far more personal information is shared than is desirable or necessary. Kryptik’s technology allows for the attestation of attributes in a way that maximizes privacy and minimize data sharing and leakage.
Signed Merkle Trees: Will the blockchain hype ever end? Who knows, but at Kryptik, we prefer to not use to B-word. We build technology that uses signed Merkle trees with decentralized certification. You can call it what you want.
Kryptik was founded in 2018 by four partners:
Harry Halpin: Harry Halpin is a research scientist at MIT, focused on discovering, formalizing, and empirically testing the social and philosophical assumptions inherent in technology.
Elijah Waxwing: Elijah Waxwing is a digital security and infrastructure specialist with 18 years experience working with frontline activists, NGOs, and multi-national corporations.
Aggelos Kiayias: Aggelos Kiayias is chair in Cyber Security and Privacy and director of the Blockchain Technology Laboratory at the University of Edinburgh.
George Danezis: George Danezis is a Professor of Security and Privacy Engineering at the Department of Computer Science of University College London, and Head of the Information Security Research Group.
Kryptik is hiring!
If you have experience in any of the following areas, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can set up a time to talk.
- Sysdev and container orchestration
- VPN and network security
- Secure Messaging
- Application development for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, or iOS
- Build management and continuous integration
- Cryptocurrency wallets
We are an international team spread over many time zones, but we would like to consolidate our labor in in London and Seattle as much as possible. Women and people of color encouraged to apply.