Authentication and identification system for heterogeneous networks.
SynxPass is an authentication and identification system for heterogeneous networks. It’s designed to provide dynamic tokens to network resources like users, sensors, actuators and completed entities with secondary “ecosystems” that need additional levels of data access control. Ex. like autonomous vehicles domain with a collection of independent data providers with different access control.
SynxPass protects users’ anonymity in the network and replaces username and password with a dynamic token that follows the network resources that belong to the user. SynxPass offer single sign-in on network resources so the user does not need to type in username and password each time an internet of things device is used in the network. The users are in control of who and when data to and from the network resources will be available to services and domain providers.
SynxPass supports Morphic Services and follows MAD principles. When a service provider offers an IoT device to a consumer, the ownership of that device can be transferred to the user. The data to and from that device is then in control of the new user and the device may be “morphed” into the collective network on users requests. Being morphed means that the device can be added to a secondary service with a different schema definition, and then applied in different context and other use cases than it originally was designed to do by the primary service.
SynxPass correlates with the new multilayer event driven TCP network kernel Synx BIOS. This offers segregated access control on network resources. A service provider may control connectivity on his primary services while a consumer may control the data access and a domain owner may control the network physical infrastructure. In a sense, everything can be traded and change ownership.