Ecosystem Cost

The US government calls for new encryption algorithms to ensure data remains secure, when current algorithm vulnerabilities are discovered or advances in hacking, computer power, or deciphering come about.  This is happening now with the advent of quantum computing. There a a government process for selecting and vetting new algorithms. In addition, the government will indicate if a current algorithm is still secure if  a large enough key is used, deprecating the use of smaller keys. There is even a schedule on such deprecation of the old and implementation of the new guidance. 

Just think, if data that's encrypted becomes readable because of quantum computing; that's a huge incentive to:

Until the next time...step and repeat.

GEE on the other hand, uses current encryption algorithms that are known secure and makes the effective key size (SuperKey) so large that it can never be broken, even with purpose built, massively parallel, quantum computers. 

The GEE enabled ecosystem update is one time only. No new algorithms have to be vetted, approved, or have worries that a vulnerability lurks in the background. With GEE, up to eight ciphers can be used to encrypt each byte of data. Even if a vulnerability was found in a cipher (or two, data remains secure.

GEE is the cure for this high cost rinse and repeat.