NanoLock Security announced its selection into the CYBER@Station F program by Thales. Thales chose NanoLock based on the company’s CPU-agnostic, edge and IoT device protection, embedded to cloud security and management, intellectual property and partner relationships in the U.S. and Japan.
“Our mission is to help companies like NanoLock accelerate their development by providing them with business and technical expertise in their core markets,” said Patrice Caine, Chairman and CEO of Thales.
“NanoLock’s technology addresses the market’s most pressing need to provision, protect, manage and securely update connected and IoT devices from the production line until its end-of-life and from the embedded layer out to the cloud.”
“It’s an honor to be selected as a key IoT security partner in Thales’ CYBER@Station F program,” said Eran Fine, CEO and co-founder of NanoLock Security.
“We’re bringing the only IoT solution to market that secures, protects and manages connected devices from pre-production on the assembly line to beyond end of life.”
NanoLock’s CPU and OS agnostic approach ensures all connected and IoT devices are protected as well as the cloud managing those devices, regardless of available processor power, energy consumption and even if the CPU is hacked.
The NanoLock platform guarantees device-to-cloud integrity and mutual protection during regular operations and firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) updates, from the production line and through and after the device’s end of life.