Digital Names — Safe. Secure. Trusted.

Digital Names
Sep 20, 2019 · 2 min read
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Cybercrime is a giant multinational business. In a recent FBI report damages to enterprises nearly doubled in 2018 from the previous year. With founding members who helped build the original DNS system for today’s internet, the Digital Names team has an uncommon depth of experience and knowledge in network security.

This deep understanding of network security has been applied in full measure to the security architecture of the Digital Names network in the following ways:

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Digital Names are friendly name aliases for public key addresses only. Private keys are never transmitted, stored or accessed by the Digital Names network.

The Digital Names network employs state-of-the-art network and server security protocols designed to counter any malicious attack either by brute force on data-at-rest or man-in-the-middle attacks on data being transmitted.

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In addition to robust core infrastructure security, we also provide 3 levels of security monitoring that you control. You can choose the levels of notification about any events involving the use of your digital name and any requests for a digital name account change must be approved by you as the authenticated owner of the account.

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