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Myki's unique zero knowledge, decentralized architecture ensures that your data is securely stored and synced across your devices.

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Zero Knowledge

Your vault is locally encrypted using encryption keys that never leave your device. We couldn't access your data even if we wanted to.

Zero Trust

Asymmetrical encryption with a distributed ledger of keys allows devices to make their own assessments as to whether they trust other users or not.

Decentralized

Vaults are stored locally on endpoints and are synced P2P between other devices within the network.

The Identity Network Model

Myki consists of personal and enterprise Identity Networks

User devices become part of personal P2P networks that exchange data. Users can also join Enterprise Networks to collaborate at work.

Every device is a node in the network

Any device that you add to your Myki network starts securely sharing vault information with other devices in the network.

Zero trust architecture between devices

Every device has a private/ public RSA2048 keypair. The public key ledger is transmitted P2P between devices. Nodes make their own assessment as to whether a received message is legitimate or not.

Vaults are stored locally on devices

Each device only stores data that it has a right to have. This ensures that personal and enterprise data is siloed and safe from human error at any time.

Backups exist on several devices to ensure redundancy

Every user holds backups of their entire vault. Admins hold backups of enterprise vaults, which enables them to restore company data in case of data loss. Backups can be automatically stored on specified backup servers or appliances.

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Real password-less MFA

With Myki's decentralized architecture, you can unlock your vault locally using biometrics with no master password required. Unlocking the vault only works on whitelisted devices that are part of the network.

Multi-platform support

Myki nodes are available on all major desktop, mobile, and tablet operating systems, enabling users to access and interact with their vaults anywhere, anytime, and on any device.

Hierarchical structures

Nest companies under a parent company in order to reproduce your organization structure, in the case of a large enterprise or a Managed Service Provider. Nested companies act as standalone vaults that inherit billing and management information from parent companies..

Enterprise Networks

Enterprise networks have different privilege layers

Each device only stores data that it has a right to have. This ensures that personal and enterprise data is siloed and safe from human error at any time

Nodes can be part of seveal Enterprise Networks

Users can create and combine multiple Enterprise Networks. Different networks are sandboxed from each other.

Nodes only receive and store subsets of the master vault they can access

User devices only receive a copy of the vault they have permission to access. The remaining data is not available in their local database.

Networks can be organized into subnetworks that have their own managment architecture

Groups and Folders can be created with their own privilege levels to add hierarchy within an enterprise network.

Backups are continuously maintained on admin devices

Admins hold backups of enterprise vaults, which enables them to restore company data in case of data loss. Backups can be automatically stored on specified backup servers or appliances.

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Multi-Tenant Networks

Nodes can create an enterprise under a master enterprise account (MSP)

Enterprises can be linked to a parent enterprise for multi-tenant managment.

Child Enterprises can be managed by nodes in the Master Enterprise

Users belonging to a Master Enterprise can act as admins in Child Enterprises, if they choose to.

Master and Child Enterprises inherit the properties of Enterprise Networks

Enterprises that are part of a multi-tenant network behave like regular enterprises and can be employed as such.

Backups are continuously maintained on admin devices

Admins hold backups of MSP and Child Enterprise vaults, which enables them to restore company data in case of data loss. Backups can be automatically stored on specified backup servers or appliances.

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