Axiado’s advanced machine learning algorithms provide a leadership position in tackling cybersecurity industry’s ever-expanding computing footprint.
Cybersecurity industry needs an attestation solution that (1) is server vendor-agnostic, and (2) works across the entire cloud infrastructure that is dispersed to multiple locations. Axiado is addressing both of these points.
Axiado’s security solution doesn’t end at boot-time authentication, but continuously maintains network security with run-time protections rooted in immutable hardware.
Relying on piecemeal security solutions for container security in cloud-native applications is playing with fire. Axiado unifies the security structure and closes the gaps that are inherent in the piecemeal approach.
A security solution that provides multi-layered protection without incurring a performance penalty on containerized applications is a Holy Grail that current implementations will not find. Axiado may have found that Grail with its TCU™ approach. It is a dedicated security processor with features and performance that provide the necessary security layers without slowing down the applications they protect.
While a lot of investment has been spent in securing the data plane, the control and management plane hasn't received the same attention. Axiado is addressing this oversight with innovations that greatly benefit wired and wireless networks alike.
Axiado is perfectly positioned for both short- and long-term success, because the TCU™ fills an obvious need in the market that has a large established base with a significant year-over-year growth.
Cloud / Datacenters
With a growing number of applications pulling resources from multiple machines and data centers across the globe, managing security is like monitoring a complex chain where one weak link can bring down the whole system. A TCU™
fortifies every single link, making the chain stronger and management of it easier.
5G Base Stations
Dispersed in the field, cellular base stations lack the layer of protection that servers are afforded since they are housed in physically secure locations. The TCU™ protects base stations against side-channel attacks such as power analysis, voltage glitching and clock manipulation used to extract cryptographic keys that protect high-value user data.
Most network security is focused on the data plane, the paths through which user data is transferred. The TCU™ provides security to the control and management plane that, if compromised, would allow hackers a backdoor to the
data plane's sensitive contents.