Protect people, devices, and networks
Thales’ heritage is in defence and security.
More than 30,000 organisations, including many government and banking, rely on Thales technology to verify identities and encrypt data. When we acquired Gemalto, we became a leader in digital security for the mobile industry too.
Today, Thales offers products that protect people, devices, and networks.
A good place to start is the embedded secure element – a tamper-proof chip that can reside in any mobile device.
It gives telcos the ability to store sensitive services such as payment, couponing, e-government, and more on the SIM. It ensures all data and keys are stored safely and shared only with authorised applications and people.
More recently, Thales has begun applying its secure element tech to the IoT space.
We were the first to implement the GSMA’s IoT Safe specifications to secure and trust all exchanges between the machine and network.
Thales can protect people as well as devices.
Our trusted digital ID platform gives telcos the ability to create purely digital passports. The platform makes it easy to capture and verify physical credentials (driver's license, biometrics, etc.) – and turn them into a single digital ID.
Protect your network from cyber-attacks
The final part of Thales’ "protect" service range relates to the network.
Our CipherTrust Data Security Platform helps any organization to see where its data resides and then classify it. Thereafter, the enterprise can use the platform to encrypt or tokenize the data – and safely manage the access keys.
Thales’ decades-old experience in cybersecurity gives us a unique insight into live threats.
This is why, in addition to creating defensive products, we also offer consultancy.
Our Critical Information Systems (CIS) division can run vulnerability assessments and stage simulated attacks to reveal worst-case-scenarios. Thales will even set up staffed security operation centres to observe threat activity 24/7.