Lightweight, Ironclad Security & Management for IoT and connected edge devices
Device Protection, Management and Secured OTA
From embedded to cloud¸ NanoLock Security provides the industry’s only lightweight¸ virtually¸ low-cost security and management solution for connected edge devices.
Using virtually zero computing or power resources¸ NanoLock Security protects firmware¸ boot image and critical applications stored on connected IoT devices¸ preventing attacks ranging from ransomware to malicious manipulation of stored code and configuration info.
NanoLock’s platform is the only solution that protects¸ secures and manages the full lifecycle of connected and IoT device ecosystems for application domains like:
- Connected and Autonomous cars
- Smart meters
- Smart city
- Security cameras
- ICs and critical infrastructure
NanoLock prevents overwriting¸ modification¸ manipulation erasure and attacks on firmware¸ boot image applications executables¸ and configuration in all connected and IoT devices.
NanoLock protects the device’s entire lifecycle¸ from provisioning¸ operations and firmware updates¸ and even after the device’s end of life.
Are IoT security standards around the corner?
It's no secret that the industry is struggling to provide adequate protection for connected and IoT devices given the slew of recent breaches and attacks. NanoLock is changing the paradigm by providing a combined cyber and cyber-physical approach as there is a true need to protect and manage devices from the production line through end of life. NanoLock is doing exactly that.
Connected cars, part of the IoT ecosystem, are an area where security vulnerabilities are life-critical. A solution like NanoLock's ensures the network of ECUs is fully protected and managed during operation and during the component update process. CPU protection is proven to be vulnerable and NanoLock's approach is the solution for this problem.
The troubling lack of security in most IoT devices means that both consumers and businesses are largely unprotected and subject to potentially damaging hacking and intrusions. The need for new minimally intrusive technology solutions that can be implemented even on low cost devices and that offers security management and protected access should be a core capability of all IoT devices going forward.