Five-year Business plan

  • Second Year: Magnus code aims to have continue growth in the Banking industry, such as expansion into remote access. For example, online Banking, employee access to systems off site, greater protection for contact-less payments on debit cards and credit cards. Furthermore, Magnus code will expand into the domestic consumer market for instance wireless routers and mobile communications.

  • Third Year: Magnus code aims to further expand into other industries such as the gaming sector by protecting servers, stored data on consumer profiles and financial information. This can be expanded into Database protection for companies for example Amazon, eBay, online retailers, search engines, social networks.

  • Fourth Year: Magnus code aims to enter the sectors of government systems, public services (e.g NHS) all educational institutions on universal platforms such as Blackboard, Moodle and email services.

  • Fifth year: Our company aims to evolve from passive to active protection. This will be known as H1. H1 will provide protection to systems that will be immune to virtually all forms of attack by using magnus code as its base language. To explain this, we can use an analogy of speaking to two individuals who are fluent in both yours and their language, if they wished, they may exclude you from the conversation. This means H1 limits the information that external entities can understand, for instance, ‘execute permissions’ will be fully contained within the magnus code. This means external entities that do not understand can never gain ‘execute permissions’.  It is impractical to attack that which you do not understand.

  • Magnus code will still be in operation for domestic and corporate consumers. H1 is a separate system that utilises magnus code as its base language.

  • First Year: Magnus code aims to target the Banking industry specifically online transactions. The International Data Corporation estimates that by 2020 business transactions on the internet B2B and B2C will reach 450 billion per day globally. If a charge of £0.001 per transaction was applied we would have a market value of £450 million per day, meaning that even if we had only 1% of the market we would receive £4.5 million per day in revenue.