ColorTokens has a total of 38 patents globally, out of which 29 have been granted. Of these 38 patents, 32 patents are active. United States Of America is where ColorTokens has filed maximum number of patents, followed by Australia and United Kingdom. Parallelly, United States Of America seems to be the focused R&D centre of ColorTokens.
ColorTokens was founded in the year 2015 by Rajesh Khazanchi. This company simplifies, accelerates and automates micro-segmentation and zero trust security for all enterprise environments.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of ColorTokens which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find ColorTokens patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over ColorTokens patent portfolio.
How many patents does ColorTokens have?
ColorTokens has a total of 38 patents globally. These patents belong to 32 unique patent families. Out of 38 patents, 32 patents are active.
How Many Patents did ColorTokens File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||ColorTokens Applications Filed||ColorTokens Patents Granted|
How many ColorTokens patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did ColorTokens File in Different Countries?
Where are Research Centres of ColorTokens Patents Located?
All Research Centres of ColorTokens Patents are located in United States Of America.
10 Best ColorTokens Patents
US20200259795A1 is the most popular patent in the ColorTokens portfolio. It has received 6 citations so far from companies like Oversec, Microsoft.
Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of ColorTokens:
|Publication Number||Citation Count|
List of ColorTokens Patents
|US11403323B2||Illuminating data related to application|
|US11363068B2||Method and system for providing a complete traceability of changes incurred in a security policy|
|US11314856B2||Generating rule-based access control policies using a bytecode instrumentation system|
|US11303678B2||Determination and autocorrection of modified security policies|
|US11297032B2||Method for detecting user migration from enterprise network to non-enterprise network and a device thereof|
|US11283784B2||Peer to peer communication in ad-hoc and cloaked networks|
|US11170012B2||Determining session count of unique sessions for requested time periods|
|US11171928B2||Local peer to peer direct connection in network address translator (NAT) and overlay networks|
|US11128608B2||Randomized traffic selection for flow deception in IPsec ad-hoc and cloaked networks|
|US11095614B2||Configuring hostname based firewall policies|
|US11075892B2||Fully cloaked network communication model for remediation of traffic analysis based network attacks|
|US11063959B2||Secure and seamless remote access to enterprise applications with zero user intervention|
|US10992635B2||Establishing connection between different overlay networks using edge application gateway|
|US10965651B2||Secure domain name system to support a private communication service|
|US10958556B2||Probe and secure the vulnerable network services using a centralized controller|
|US10958580B2||System and method of performing load balancing over an overlay network|
|US10938619B2||Allocation of virtual interfaces to containers|
|US10938777B2||Computer implemented system and method for snooping PCP packets|
|US20210014233A1||Dynamically enforcing context sensitive network access control policies|
|US10778636B2||Dynamic credential based addressing|
|US10776094B2||Computer implemented system and method for encoding configuration information in a filename|
|US20200274781A1||Device for generating views corresponding to network data flow from source to destination and vice versa and a method thereof|
|US20200259795A1||Automatic VPN establishment with split tunnel for remote resources|
|US10700972B2||Computer implemented system and method for preserving mapping information in IP-options|
|US10686711B2||Enhanced quality of service management for inter-computing system communication|
|US10673811B2||Updating address mapping for local and network resources|
|US10652212B2||System and method for managing the data packets exchanged across a computer network|
|US10645025B2||Object memory management unit|
|US10630657B2||System and method for enhancing the security of data packets exchanged across a computer network|
|US10572393B2||Object memory management unit|
|US10554633B2||Enhanced packet formating for security inter-computing system communication|
|US10469287B2||Port translation for network segmentation|
|EP3286652A4||Object memory management unit|
|CN108292261A||Object memory management unit|
|GB2553996A||Object memory management unit|
|AU2016252636A1||Object memory management unit|
|IN201737038281A||Object memory management unit|
|WO2016172297A1||Object memory management unit|