Our Innovation Lab

Cybersecurity and Ransomware Protection Starts
with Hardware and AI

In the dynamic landscape of cybersecurity, the relentless battle against ransomware is a testament to the evolving nature of cyber threats. Ransomware attacks have undergone a metamorphosis, emerging as highly sophisticated adversaries that excel in the art of stealth and evasion. In 2022 it is reported that an AVG malicious ransomware attack eluded detection for an astounding 324 days, with an additional 91 required to regain control. The protracted concealment of such an attack can spell calamity for organizations, underscoring the imperative for swifter and more intelligent detection mechanisms.

Use-Case Demonstrations

Use-Case 1: Ransomware Detection

Our AI-driven TCU revolutionizes the way we detect and respond to ransomware attacks in real-time. Here’s what we’ll cover: Ransomware Detection, Architecture Review, Monitoring/Alerts and Quick Response.

Use-Case 2: Side-Channel Attack Detection

This TCU-based Secure AI™ demo setup will showcase the following: clock-, voltage-, power- and temperature-based side-channel attacks detection and prevention.

Use-Case 3: Generative AI

Navigating the future of cybersecurity by demonstrating our AI-driven TCU’s XDR capabilities, Zero-Day Vulnerability Inspector and Ransomware Intelligence Center.

Use-Case 4: Command Injection Attacks

Defense against a web-based, Operating System (OS) command injection attack is demonstrated with our TCU’s AI-enhanced web application firewall (WAF) for protection in both the control and data planes.

Why is TCU Processor the
Next Step in Defending Cyberattacks?

Axiado TCU AX3000/AX2000