Tampa Bay startup Real Random finalizes prototype of revolutionary cybersecurity hardware.

The focus then shifted to devoting time and resources to create a system that would generate randomized numbers to enhance cybersecurity. Hill spent six years developing the hardware needed for the technology to eventually reach this transitional moment.

“People’s passwords are the No. 1 source of a breach. Passwords can be lost, stolen or sold. If it is sold, that is the riskiest because the person selling a user’s password doesn’t know what’s going to happen with their information,” Hill said. “We regenerate passwords where they expire after 30 seconds.”

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