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Cloud Blockchain Routing (CBR) Bounty

The focus of the Cybersecurity Blockchain Routing (CBR) Project is to work to solve the technical and financial hurdles of broad-based distribution and consumption of best breed security, as well as to support the creation of open and standard services for the cost-plust access to granular,best of breed security services in a reliable financially consumable manner for the masses.

CBR is a new implementation of modern blockchain constructs. CBR is a set of networking services and protocols that enable transparent connections between highly distributed sets of users, devices, systems and applications in public and private cloud environments in a simple and standardized fashion. It provides a new language and mechanism for network connectivity control that is currently missing in the cloud environment. It serves as a cloud networking middleware that cannot be achieved with traditional routing or any existing networking products.

The Network and the CST’s are intended to be free and independent operating systems. The Network and its participants may conduct commerce and value exchanges in any form or format they choose, including using fiat currency or other cryptocurrency. Equally, CST holders may, like any other currency trade and utilillize CSTS in any manner and for whatever purpose they chose. Neither element is centrally controlled nor mandated to be interconnected.

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Best-of-Breed Security Protection: Foundational to the Network is security protection to end customers, with a specific and initial focus on small to medium business and consumers. The Project intends to fund, through the proceeds from the ICO, the creation of base security-as-a- service solutions using blockchain routing. It is intended that these companies will receive access to a marketplace and resources to help them deliver an ever-improving offering through research as well as access to support and response resources on-demand to expand their footprint and capabilities dramatically.

Support to End Users: Constructs may be formed to promote peer to peer support. In order to meet the large scale and diverse support need, it is intended that members of the CBR user community could be enabled to offer support services to other end users in exchange for tokens. Crowdsourcing of support is an obvious answer given the breadth and depth challenge as the user base grows.

Support to Providers: While peer-to-peer servicing is likely to be core to the ecosystem, service providers also need to provide support services. It is intended that these support tickets and requests may also be “farmed out” to the community to address and resolve. Services providers may be able to deliver support services in return for tokens. This, in turn, may encourage the provider be more responsive and keep costs low.

Nubeva currently offers a growing set of solutions based on Blockchain Routing. It is one of the few companies that has taken the promise of blockchain technology and put it into production use. Its products are generating revenue with deployments in over 40 Fortune 500 enterprises. The engineering team at Nubeva is the very team that provided the encryption system at 100+ US Air Force Bases around the world (while at Aruba Networks) and also the cryptography behind what protects every case file in US Department of Justice (while at Panzura). In short, the team consists of experts in cryptography with decades of experience protecting some of the largest enterprises and government agencies around the world.

Randy Chou – Co-Founder, CEO
Randy’s experience spans 25 years of technology management and leadership in Silicon Valley. His background spans cloud, security, storage and networking. Randy’s most recent venture, Panzura, received $58M in funding led by four of Silicon Valley’s top venture capital firms. Prior to this, Randy was a part of the founding team at Aruba Networks, which became the leader in the enterprise Wi-Fi security market. Aruba filed for IPO in 2007 and was acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise in 2015 for $3B. Before Aruba, Randy led the development of SSL security and load balancing software at Alteon WebSystems which had its IPO in 1999 and was acquired by Nortel Networks for $7.8B. Randy began his career with a degree in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.

Greig Bannister – Co-Founder, CTO
Greig has over 15 years of experience in US startups working across Asia and Europe. He has led technical teams across countries and time zones to serve a variety of customers, from international carriers, Fortune 500 companies, local end-users, international distributors and resellers. Greig was an early employee in both Panzura and Aruba Networks and was instrumental in developing and bringing these new technologies to market. Prior to Aruba Networks, Greig was based in Tokyo at Redback Networks that went IPO in 1999 for $1.8 billion.

Steve Perkins – CMO
Steve is responsible for Nubeva’s go-to-market strategy and execution including sales, marketing, brand, channels, and business development. A 27-year veteran in computing, networking and information security, Steve brings extensive knowledge and experience including his role as CMO at Optiv Security where he led all aspects of marketing, communications, and go-to-market strategy, as well as the company’s technology resale and services business lines. Optiv was sold to KKR in 2017 for $1.99B. Steve has held positions in sales, marketing, and business development at Optiv, Accuvant, Aruba Networks, KIKO, Cisco and HP.

Juliet Jones – CFO
Juliet, a CPA and CGA, has over 20 years of experience working for publicly traded companies primarily in the technology industry. Juliet has held CFO and CEO roles at Peace Arch Entertainment, a TSX listed company that completed a US IPO. Peace Arch Entertainment produced over 200 hours of television programming. Juliet was CFO of WebTech Wireless, a TSX listed SaaS company, raising over $50 million in equity and growing its market cap to $480 million. She worked with NowPublic Technologies, a private company that sold to the Examiner.com. Most recently Juliet was the CFO of LOOPShare Ltd, a Canadian Company that completed an RTO and listed on the TSX Venture Exchange in June 2016.

Requirement

  • Get 100 $CBR tokens for the initial, Telegram & Twitter bounty. Join our Telegram Channel & follow our Twitter
  • Complete one or more of the activities above and complete this REGISTRATION FORM
  • Submit this form with links to your work for our team’s review. You can complete new activities and submit the form as many times as you want, and you can get credit for activities you completed before the bounty program launched if you report them.
  • Read more about the CBR bounty on this thread in medium
  • Find more details on the project website here and here

 

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