Autonomous Security

of IoT Devices
are unprotected

"Most IoT devices lack security by design…treating customers as techno-crash test dummies"
- James Scott, Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

NXM revolutionizes IoT security and data integrity, enabling device networks to automatically defend themselves and recover from cyber attacks. NXM eliminates the need for passwords and centralized security certificates, long seen as the weakest links in cybersecurity.

Certified Secure

NXM Autonomous Security™ was the first software solution to receive Arm Platform Security Architecture (PSA) certification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the world's leading safety science company.

Security By Design

NXM Autonomous Security™ enables IoT devices to defend themselves against cyber attacks without the need for human intervention. NXM embodies security by design engineering principles that enable automated and secure device network deployments at scale. 

How We Do It

1. Create a unique machine identity

NXM’s patented software enables processors to create their own unique machine identities.

2. Store it on a private blockchain

Each processor registers its unique identity on a private ledger that acts as a single source of trust, eliminating the need for security certificates that can lead to network-wide breaches.

3. Automate security processes

NXM enables fully distributed, peer-to-peer device networks to maintain and update their own encryption keys, eliminating single point of failure vulnerabilities. All data communication is fully encrypted end-to-end.

4. Deploy agile cryptography

NXM’s agile crypto technology defends products from rapidly evolving cybersecurity threats. Devices can have their keys, algorithms and even entire security frameworks upgraded remotely at any time.

5. Support industry standards

NXM is Arm PSA Certified and compatible with leading chip vendor security frameworks, including Intel SGX. NXM is cloud agnostic and supports AWS, Azure, IBM and other environments.

Autonomous Security

NXM’s mission is to enable the transition to fully autonomous, self-governing machine networks. There are four levels of Autonomous Security. NXM is currently at Level 3 and on track to achieve full Level 5 autonomy.

Level 1
Platform Assistance

Devices are dependent on centrally-managed platforms for enrolment and provisioning.

All other security vendors are currently at Level 1

Level 2
Identity Autonomy

Devices attest to their own self-generated identities. Automated enrolment, network provisioning with identity-based verification

Level 3
Network Autonomy

Devices organize themselves into self-governing networks and can change their security algorithms to adapt to evolving threats, including quantum computers.

Level 4
Device Autonomy

Breaches are automatically identified and remedied. Edge computing increases anomaly detection and ecosystem monitoring.

Level 5
Full Autonomy

Full security feedback loop automates network self-healing. AI detects vulnerabilities while allowing devices to keep working.

5 Levels of Autonomous Security

NXM’s mission is to enable the transition to fully autonomous, self-governing machine networks. There are four levels of Autonomous Security. NXM is currently at Level 3 and on track to achieve full Level 5 autonomy.

Level 1
Platform Assistance

Devices are dependent on centrally-managed platforms for enrolment and provisioning.

All other security vendors are currently at Level 1

Level 2
Identity Autonomy

Devices attest to their own self-generated identities. Automated enrolment, network provisioning with identity-based verification

Level 3
Network Autonomy

Devices organize themselves into self-governing networks and can change their security algorithms to adapt to evolving threats, including quantum computers.

Level 3
Network Autonomy

Devices organize themselves into self-governing networks and can change their security algorithms to adapt to evolving threats, including quantum computers.

Level 4
Device Autonomy

Breaches are automatically identified and remedied. Edge computing increases anomaly detection and ecosystem monitoring.

Level 5
Full
Autonomy

Full security feedback loop automates network self-healing. AI detects vulnerabilities while allowing devices to keep working.

BROCHURE

Platform Evolution

NXM has been designed to safeguard devices from evolving cybersecurity threats, including quantum computers, with support for next generation Software Defined Networks (SDN), edge computing, and other key 5G technologies. Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) capabilities will enable our customers to take advantage of Machine Learning at the device level and Neural Processing Unit (NPU) chips to support Artificial Intelligence and distributed computing applications at the edge.

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