Simple, Safe and Secure kiosk platform for communication, commerce, entertainment, and education.
Kiosk software needs to be very easy to use and deploy. As kiosks require the user interface to be limited to serve a specific purpose, running a full blown operating system creates unnecessary overhead. Many existing kiosk management platforms have not evolved to offer security functionality required of end point management platforms. As we see cyber-attacks escalating and becoming an everyday occurrence and as adversaries seek out new methods of attack, kiosks with their increasing software footprint and inter-connectivity are becoming more of an attractive platform for cyber adversaries.
Becrypt has extensive experience in delivering kiosk-mode platforms within both citizen facing and shop-floor environments. With a security pedigree established though protecting against targeted attacks, and a sophisticated management platform that simplifies deployment, through-life management and configuration.
Paradox for Kiosks:
Brings high-assurance security standards to Kiosk deployments
Supports bespoke kiosk hardware as well as commodity end user devices
Self-healing functionality - no more kiosk blue-screens!
Paradox, a security-focused ‘cloud client’ operating system that incorporates a ‘secure by design’ architecture, enabling organisations to ensure devices remain in a known healthy state, free of malware. As a lightweight, cost-effective operating system, it has security and privacy features built into the service architecture allowing organisations to stay in full control of applications and data. Paradox health measurement means that if the device is tampered with the operating system automatically rolls back to a known healthy state, avoiding costly repair.
Why use Paradox for secure kiosk
Designed in collaboration with UK Government
Deployed within secure kiosk environments across Public and Private sector
Transparent patch and security management reduces cost of ownership
Fully configurable application environment and user experience