Securing every connection: building to building, off-site employees, point to cloud, and many more
Anything that works with TCP/IP protocol can be protected; if it plugs into the internet, we can protect it
Sensors are the foundation of network security systems; if you can’t trust your sensor data, you have no security
Encrypted sensors protect building systems, CCTV feeds, communications and additive manufacturing equipment
Modern encryption has to be non-algebraic to secure data from quantum computing. Most current encryption techniques boil down to really hard math problems and quantum computers are really good at math problems.
A real-time encryption method that works on the bit level is the game-changing solution the cybersecurity industry has been waiting for. Real-time gives us the ability to secure drones, video conferencing, sensors, and manufacturing equipment.
Any modern encryption technique must have ever-changing variables without any interconnectivity. The base version of our encryption has over 10512 possible variations.
Having encryption happen in an FPGA chip provides a physical barrier in a digital world. Because the system is behind our physical security, upgrades can be done in a safe manner without exposing your system.
Having the FPGA chip in an independent system removes potential software backdoors. No more worries about a printer update creating a hole in the system.
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