External threats used to be fought from the outside. Today, Exein changes this paradigm by moving security within the device where the full logic of business lies.
Firmware comes in various shapes and technology—there is no one size fits all. Exein comes in as many forms as firmware and provides support for any of them, past or present.
Self-monitoring enables continual business on the device, even without a connection.
Exein solutions are customized and self-assembled for any specific device.
The Exein SDK allows producers to build already secure firmware by integrating self-monitoring technologies. These features allow the device to protect itself against known and unknown threats. SDK is available as a plug-in, e.g.Yocto or Buildroot.
Exein revives the already existing device whose firmware is either no longer maintained by their producers or too expensive for them to fix. This happens by providing through design the logic needed for surviving in an increasingly hostile world full of threats.
Machine learning-based advanced technology profiles system behavior at the hardware abstraction level. This allows for improper or malicious behavior to be detected in real-time. Such technology also ensures that the firmware does not change while running so that only the intended code is executed, thus preventing any malicious activity.
Secure Boot eliminates the weakest point of every central processing unit (CPU). Exein technology permits mutual authentication between the application and the bootloader code.
Sun Tzu taught us to know our enemy. Exein’s obfuscation aims to confuse the enemy. Randomizing the hardware fingerprint for unauthorized network crawlers and scanners prevents the occasional bad guy from making a move.View documentation
A technology that lets devices learn what’s right and what’s wrong providing protection from known and unknown threats.View documentation