Eliminates the threat of network-originated virus attacks
Claims to eliminate the threat of network-originated virus attacks
InZero Systems has unveiled a new computer hardware, which it claims to eliminate the threat of network-originated data compromises and virus attacks.
According to InZero Systems, the secure PC changes the security paradigm by providing two computers in one, a standard computing module and a secure ‘InZero Gateway’ module. The Gateway module is directly connected to the internet. It isolates and hosts dangerous network applications, processes incoming and outgoing files and transfers files to and from the computing module, which is permanently offline.
Beyond secure PC, InZero Gateway modules can be interconnected to create secure networks, allow organisations to extend their perimeters, and allow secure remote access. In addition, these modules can also create a secure internet by providing trusted connections between unfamiliar partners, based on the use of InZero technology, the company claims.
Louis Hughes, chairman and CEO of InZero Systems, said: Today’s computer hardware is not designed to simultaneously address the security challenges of the internet while facilitating the rapid flow of information in our digital economy.
“Attempts to deploy security software fixes to remedy the situation have led to a constant game of catch-up between hackers and IT security companies – with no end in sight. Until now. For the first time, by deploying InZero hardware, you will finally be free to safely go anywhere you want on the internet.