Hoyos $100 Million Global Hacker Challenge In RISEN (RSN Token) Launches
Hoyos Integrity Corporation has announced the launch of the world's first Global Hacker Challenge.
Hoyos Integrity Corporation is a global Secure Mobile Telecommunications as a Service (SaaS) Provider. The company said it has put $100M worth of its RISEN (RSN) utility tokens into a public crypto-wallet, secured it with its unique and proprietary biometric lock system in compliance with IEEE standard 2410, which Hoyos co-created, and the blockchain.
The HOYOS RISEN (Real-time Impervious Security Environment) token underpins a platform virtually impenetrable to malware and hackers, built from the ground up for security, to help ensure 100% privacy for voice and data communications, identity, and digital assets including tokens, smart contracts, crypto wallet, crypto-currency keys, personal photos, sensitive work data, medical records, etc.
Its unique secure crypto wallet can run on either IOS or Android devices, or on the company's military-grade secure smartphone known as the BIBLOS (Biometrics Blockchain Secure Smartphone). In the first 2 weeks the challenge has attracted over 300 unsuccessful hacking attempts.
RISEN Is Rising
According to Hector Hoyos, Chairman, CEO, and Chief Technology Officer of Hoyos Integrity Corporation, the company has begun to market RISEN offering. He said the reception it has received from global banks, high net worth investors, and government agencies has been overwhelming.
Hoyos said nearly everyone it has have spoken with has requested access to its technology to try and punch holes in it. But to put its technology to test Hoyos has put it to the test in the most open and public way possible, hence it came out with this challenge. The company says If you can hack it, you can keep it.
Why HOYOS RISEN Technology Is Unique
The HOYOS RISEN technology and solutions have been designed from the ground up with specific emphasis in security. The Hoyos RISEN solutions secure tokens, smart contracts, payments, financial trade and transactions of any type, “signing” and protecting them with a user's unique biometrics, which in turn protects their identity and privacy.
Hoyos stated that its technology, crypto exchanges and consumers can protect all their crypto assets without any need to print and hide their wallet private keys, or even use archaic and insecure methods like cold storage devices or protocols. It's all digitally and biometrically protected in a decentralized way, as it was meant to be, protecting from both outside and insider threats.
Hector Hoyos said although there are many companies around the world marketing so-called secure smartphones, secure crypto-wallets and pretty much every flavor of security possible but none of them are actually secure. He said not even apps like Whatsapp, Telegram or Signal are secure, because your content (voice, data) is stolen in memory by ram scraper malware before it encrypts.
Hoyos believes its technology and solutions are the answer to securing the crypto industry from the ever-increasing wave of attacks and hacks that are regularly undermining exchanges and consumers' capability to protect their assets and the overall confidence in crypto's security.