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Xenolith Vault, LLC

Privately store life's data away from prying eyes and vulnerable big tech


💰 $420 million serviceable addressable market - $5.5 billion total market
💸 Proven management team track record with multiple technology start-ups and exits
🤝 Sister company of IT infrastructure company Sterling Data Storage
⚖️ Innovative licensing model entices law firms to rapidly adopt software
📈 Ransomware attacks have increased by 350% - growing market demand
💻 Proprietary ‘Detached Cloud’ technology that works over the INTRANET
📄 Reduced cost & liability for lawyers with streamlined & secure document retrieval
➡️ Near-term exit strategy based on explosive growth potential in target market

Our Team

We fundamentally believe in maintaining the privacy and security of every person. Government oversight of private citizen data being collected and stored is becoming commonplace. Hackers are getting more sophisticated and numerous. People also need a single repository for their family's information to maintain continuity during a crisis.


Xenolith is a hyper secure digital privacy vault for high earners, entrepreneurs and High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) to protect their sensitive and private information. Using proprietary Detached Cloud technology for digital storage and retrieval, Xenolith’s software provides its clients with the hyper-secure solution they need to protect their most confidential records. Xenolith Vault, LLC is a spinoff company of Sterling Data Storage (SDS).

High Net Worth Individuals have a lot at stake in terms of cybersecurity, with $170,404 in average payments to recover data after breaching incidents. Xenolith provides a centralized repository of financial and business information for survivors with joint interest who are looking for a safe alternative to cloud-based solutions offered by Big Tech with government oversight. We offer a service with absolutely no back doors, period.

  • Utilizing a proprietary Detached Cloud: storage is detached from the internet.
  • Implementing Dark Storage: when the system is not in use, it doesn’t exist.
  • Using High Level Encryption: data is unusable outside of the Xenolith system.
  • Preventing Backdoor Access: government agencies and hackers are shut out.
  • Ensuring Layers of Security: 3 physical layers of security in the data center, 3 virtual layers on authentication and an encryption key is required to access data.
  • Backing up with Double Encryption: data is re-encrypted in another data center.
  • Unmatched Customer Service: consistent scheduled maintenance and patching along with remote support. Data is always monitored but never accessed - even by Xenolith itself.

When it comes to protecting the end user and their sensitive information, there is simply no data storage solution on the market as effective as Xenolith.

Speed to Market

Xenolith is addressing speed to market in two ways.

  • As a spinoff company of Sterling Data Storage (SDS), the technology know-how, infrastructure, and support are already in place. Current resources provided by SDS will be shared with Xenolith on an as-needed basis. This will prevent having to absorb large costs related to overhead such as infrastructure, office space, development resources, and employees. The setup time related to these tasks is also eliminated.
  • To accelerate end user adoption further, our Go To Market Strategy is to utilize reseller channels that currently have HNWI clients. Those reseller channels will benefit by adding a new revenue stream and provide a solution that differentiates their firm in a competitive marketplace.

Proprietary Technology

Our team has created the first Detached Cloud Technology of its kind—securing sensitive information over the INTRANET.

Focused Sales Strategy

The Xenolith team has experience selling through many different sales channels, including direct to the end user. However, the channel with the highest probability of success has been identified as the Law Firm Channel. The Financial Planner channel will be initiated at a later date through relationships the company has already established.

In the information age, the risk of hacking and cyber attack is higher than ever. Especially with the pandemic moving so much of our lives to a remote setting, data security concerns are prevalent for every law firm and working company.

Law firms are tasked with protecting extremely sensitive documents for their clients, including:

  • Right of survivorship paperwork
  • Confidential case and court documents
  • Sensitive personal information pertaining to their clients
  • Business agreements, ownership and governance paperwork

We have seen an explosion in data breach and ransomware incidents. In fact, statistics compiled by PurpleSec have shown that ransomware attacks on individuals and businesses increased by a staggering 350% in 2018, and have been on an exponential rise ever since.

Malware, phishing, and network security attacks have also been on the rise and expect to rise exponentially further with greater reliance on technology in remote work environments.

Xenolith is a spinoff company of Sterling Data Storage LLC (SDS), a company that has been providing IT infrastructure and data center services that help businesses grow for fourteen years. SDS’s roots are in Data Center Management and MSP Services, where they manage multiple data centers across the United States.

Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, SDS specializes in secure personal storage and computer technology. SDS has spun-out Xenolith to create an application that focuses on service for high net worth individuals via law firms and direct sales. SDS will provide the backend security and MSP technology services that power and protect Xenolith’s system and software.

Xenolith aims to provide licensing for the Xenolith Privacy Vault through law firms to their clients. Over the next 18 months we will attempt to partner with small and medium sized law firms across the United States and Canada to deliver protection for their clients.

Our target customer base is an exclusive one. There are 15 million High Net Wealth Individuals in the United States and Canada that can be accessed by providing a secure, low-cost digital filing system for (law firms) clients of any size. Law firms get a secure, reliable solution for storing sensitive client information at a fair price, and high net wealth individuals get peace of mind knowing that their attorney has gone above and beyond in taking data management seriously.

Xenolith will pursue the legal vertical exclusively, leaving other markets open for a future purchaser.

We will use state conventions and the American Bar Association (ABA) meeting to target all groups in the legal business. Additionally, we will seek to partner with one large firm for sales to the enterprise level group of firms.

Overall, we’re tapping into a $5.5 billion total addressable market with a $420 million serviceable addressable market in the law firm vertical. This is a significant market opportunity—and Xenolith has the service to capitalize on it.

The Xenolith team has been producing the design of the system and conducting thorough market research for the past twelve months. We have reached the Product Commercialization and Go To Market Phase of the project, with the next step being utilization of developmental resources from both internal employees and external developers to complete coding of the software.

With the external development team already secured, NDAs are in place and a bid has already been provided to complete the Xenolith 1.0 software.

Many of the kinks and marketing strategies have already been worked out in the months prior to launching this campaign, reducing risk of potential complications in the future. The lead funder is a business owner with clients and an audience that could potentially utilize Xenolith as soon as it’s available.

Xenolith helps to control the threat of backdoors, ransomware, and criminal activity for law firms. Everyone needs to protect their data. Xenolith meets that need at an affordable cost that will help separate a law firm from the pack.

Law firms and individuals cannot trust that personal information (PI) is safely stored in the cloud by most corporations or Big Tech companies. With macro-level trends threatening personal privacy and security, the Xenolith privacy vault has been strengthened and hardened to meet the growing need for protection.

  • Regulatory Pressure: Legislators are pushing back against end to end encryption to ensure that they have a way past secret codes and privacy barriers for their own use.
  • Cybersecurity: Ransomware attacks on businesses increased by over 350% in 2018 and have been on the rise ever since. The World Economic forum has warned about the dangers of a ‘digital pandemic,’ focusing on how to prevent a crisis and reinforce cybersecurity at all levels.
  • Work From Home Economy: The pandemic has changed the way people work forever. Overnight, vulnerabilities have been exposed in the corporate network to give hackers new entry points.
  • The ‘4th Industrial Revolution’: People and technology are working together like never before, blurring the lines between human and machine. Operating under the guise of ‘biosecurity,’ AI is quickly learning more about people than ever before.
  • Digital Surveillance Economy: Digital currencies will soon have a direct financial relationship with central banks. Big Tech systems are responsible for storing and tracking this data, and there is no way of knowing who will have access to that data at this time.
  • Big Data is the New Oil: Applying artificial intelligence to giant data sets that track our every move on the internet will allow for companies to predict our social and economic behaviors. They are mining people for information in order to get in front of trends and market opportunities. Xenolith will keep sensitive data private for the client.

With macro level trends threatening personal privacy and security, the strength of the Xenolith privacy vault will be critical in protecting personal information for law firms and their clients.

Xenolith is designed to be simple for the user, and impervious to the hacker. Here’s how the process works:

1. A user or their attorney loads their private and sensitive information into the Xenolith operating system.

2. The Xenolith Vault applies built-in anti-virus software that performs an initial cleaning of viruses, malware, etc. from the computer. The system continually monitors for intrusions throughout the life of the product. 

3. The client retains access to their information over a VPN by logging in to the online application with two-factor authentication protection by Xenolith.

4. Once connected to the server, the client is prompted to enter their private encryption key of information known only to the client and not recorded elsewhere.

5. The Xenolith server connects to data over the Intranet.

6. When the session is terminated, the data goes dark—when the system isn’t in use, it doesn’t exist.

    It’s that easy for the user, and the ultimate deterrent for attackers of any kind.

    Document Retrieval: Lawyers no longer are required to retrieve documents upon client request - client has direct access. This saves time and effort, as this is not a billable service. 

    Document storage: Say good-bye to expensive methods of storing sensitive documents. All documents are streamlined, easy for the client to access, and most importantly, safe, giving lawyers peace of mind while eliminating unnecessary expense. 

    Document Liability: The client assumes responsibility for storing their documents in the Xenolith Vault. Therefore, the lawyer is absolved of the liability of storing sensitive information within their own servers.

    With your investment, Xenolith will be more capable of adapting to an ever-changing digital privacy landscape. We’re looking for opportunities to expand the product offering to stay lock-step with the privacy and security implications of social, political, legal, and economic development.

    We’ve already set our development roadmap on additional bio-security and privacy layers. Additionally, future upgrades may include distributed ledger technology as it relates to decentralized data storage.