People use random numbers every day though they do not always realize it. When they log into websites, send emails, and use credit card number for online shopping, their messages are encrypted by random numbers. Random numbers are a key component of many areas of security, including encryption, authentication, signing, key wrapping, etc. It makes internet communication and digital data safe from hackers.
Currently, most encryption systems use random numbers generated by software algorithm (pseudo random number generator) as keys for their convenience and speed but they are increasingly vulnerable to hacking. Hackers can steal or guess encryption keys, made easier by weak entropy produced by poor random number generator.
EYL's core technology, entropy chip, enables us to harvest ultimate randomness (entropy) from nature using radioactive are isotope decay. Because our source of randomness comes from the quantum phenomenon, it is always truly random, certified by the law of quantum physics.