IronCAP Hosting “Rethinking Cybersecurity in a Quantum World” Webinar and Announces Bounty Contest Results

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / March 22, 2021 / 01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (TSXV:ONE)(OTCQB:OONEF) (the “Company”) one of the first-to-market, enterprise level cybersecurity providers for the quantum computing era, announced that as of 12:00am on March 22nd, 2021 its one-month Bounty Contest has officially closed. 01 Communique’s quantum-safe encryption technology, IronCAP™, was put to test in a month-long global Bounty Contest wherein over 700 participants from different parts of the world challenged IronCAP™’s encryption for a CAD $100,000 prize.

To find out details about the results of this Bounty Contest and learn more about the ground-breaking post-quantum encryption technology, you can tune into the upcoming webinar, “Rethinking Cybersecurity in a Quantum World” on March 25th, 2021 at 4:30pm EST. The webinar will host a powerhouse panel discussion about “Quantum-Safe Readiness” with experts from the industry and global partners of IronCAPTM as well as featuring a special interview with a world-renowned crypto-scientist.

Andrew Cheung, CEO of 01 Communique, commented, “The dramatic rise in cybersecurity threats coupled with recent major quantum advancements have compelled the industry to rethink its cybersecurity strategy.”

A quantum hack has the potential to obliterate existing encryption systems. 01 Communique has recognized this threat early and acting quickly developed one of the first quantum-safe encryption products, IronCAP™, which has been rigorously tested and approved by many industry leaders.

You can join our webinar and “rethink” cybersecurity with industry experts by signing up at:

About 01 Communique

Established in 1992, 01 Communique (TSX-V: ONE; OTCQB: OONEF) has always been at the forefront of technology. The Company’s cyber security business unit focuses on post-quantum cybersecurity with the development of its IronCAP™ technology. IronCAPTM‘s patent-pending cryptographic system is an advanced Goppa code-based post-quantum cryptographic technology that can be implemented on classical computer systems as we know them today while at the same time can also safeguard against attacks in the future post-quantum world of computing. The Company’s remote access business unit provides its customers with a suite of secure remote access services and products under its I’m InTouch and I’m OnCall product offerings. The remote access offerings are protected in the U.S.A. by its patents #6,928,479 / #6,938,076 / #8,234,701; in Canada by its patents #2,309,398 / #2,524,039 and in Japan by its patent #4,875,094. For more information, visit the Company’s web site at and

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Brian Stringer
Chief Financial Officer
01 Communique
(905) 795-2888 x204

SOURCE: 01 Communique Laboratory, Inc.

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