Telcos operate complex global networks built on an infrastructure of distributed devices and applications. Networks are constantly under threat from cyber attacks, including data breaches, ransomware, and insider threats. These challenges are compounded by the need for regulatory compliance with ever-evolving data protection laws and securing a sprawling IoT and supply chain ecosystem.

Naoris Protocol offers a cutting-edge solution by leveraging post-quantum blockchain, dPoSec trust consensus and distributed AI to validate widely distributed devices and secure networks for all telecom standards, from 3G to 5G and home internet. Its real-time detection capabilities significantly reduce cyber threats across the board.

Simplifying supply chain security and ensuring immutable on-chain recording and proof of device operations means that multiple vendor sub-networks can share proof of trusted operations across a decentralized network enhancing trust, security, and compliance in the telecom industry.


Data Breaches

Data breaches expose customers to identity theft, financial fraud, and significant reputational damage for telecom companies. Protecting customer data against unauthorized access is crucial. proof of the status of encryption and identity across the network is challenging.

Network Security

Telecom companies must secure large and complex networks against cyber attacks that can disrupt operations, steal data, and compromise user privacy, emphasizing the need for robust network security measures.

IoT Security

IoT devices in telecom, like smart homes and connected cars, are often poorly secured, making them targets for hackers to exploit and access the network, highlighting the need for comprehensive IoT security. Knowing the health of remote devices is critical to data quality.

Insider Threats

Telcos face threats from within, as employees with access to large amounts of sensitive data can result in theft or sabotage, requiring robust internal checks and security protocols.

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

APTs pose significant risks to telecoms through long-term, targeted attacks by highly skilled attackers, aiming to steal valuable data or disrupt critical infrastructure. Verifiable integrity of devices, applications, and firmware from birth to current assuring known compute capabilities.

Regulatory Compliance

Compliance with data protection and privacy laws & regulations presents significant challenges for telecoms, especially in a changing threat landscape that requires adaptive security practices. More than log files but proof of validation process and data.

Supply Chain Security

Telecom supply chain's complexity enables vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit, necessitating comprehensive security measures to protect systems and data. Using identity, reference Measurment signatures, and validation solutions to assure devices are what they say they are.

Ransomware Attack Vectors

Ransomware poses a significant threat to telecommunication companies by encrypting critical data and demanding ransom payments for decryption keys. Once ransomware infects a telcos systems attackers may also threaten to publish or delete sensitive data if their demands are not met, pressuring telecom companies into compliance to protect customer data and maintain service integrity.


  • Naoris Protocol provides the foundations for delivering higher data quality and increasing the value of data produced. Post-quantum backed proof of a measured network and measured devices assures the data produced is from known devices in a known condition.

  • Validation of devices under post quantum blockchain, dPoSec trust consensus and distributed AI creates robust Telco Network Security, through provable trust & resilience for 3G, 4G, LTE, 5G & Home Internet

  • Real time detection of cyber threats means data breaches, advanced persistent threats, insider threats, Ransomware and cyber unknowns are reduced by an order of magnitude

  • Naoris Protocol reduces complexity within Telco supply chains, as all ecosystem partners operate on the same decentralized network sharing proof of trust when consuming or creating sensitive data with API connections secured in real-time.

  • Immutable recording of device operations, processes and overall health is secured on-chain. Proof of security, trust and operations can be shared at any time to any prescribed party, making real time proof of compliance and trust a reality.


Naoris Protocol offers a transformative cybersecurity and trust approach for the telecom sector, in being able to tackle complex challenges from data breaches to compliance. By utilizing post-quantum blockchain and decentralized AI, it not only enhances network security and detects threats in real time but also streamlines supply chain security through real time shared proof of operations and compliance. This innovation marks a significant step forward in securing telecom networks, ensuring a safer, trusted and more compliant future for the industry.

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