Meet the next standard in security.
Prevent cyberattacks, unleash throughput, and cut energy costs - with a single software.




The world's first software-defined Quantum-Secure Network as a Service (QNaaS).


  • Proprietary use of an encryption-free, cryptographic protocol (MTE®) which has been validated against FIPS 140-3, the highest government cybersecurity standard
  • Provides further protection against potential quantum computer-based cyberthreats

Unparallelled Speed

  • Uses sophisticated network optimization and AI-based traffic routing control
  • Enables unprecedented speeds/latencies within public Internet and other communication networks (Web3/Metaverse)

70% Less Energy

  • Reduces energy consumption by at least 70% compared to the world's security standard known as encryption
  • Pursuing Edenark Group ISO 14001 environmental sustainability certification

What Experts are Saying...

“The SeQure Railway approach is an intriguing approach incorporating both a modern technical and mathematical strategy with a holistic strategy that is easy to deploy … the SeQure Railway, has great promise in its potential to solve the security issues we will face in a quantum world.”

Michael Brown - Rear Admiral, United States Navy (Retired) | Collaborator for NIST*

“​​The underpinnings of QDex Labs’ SeQure Railway is, to my knowledge, the only known quantum secure, self-defending digital infrastructure allowing for the proliferation/enablement of Web3, the Metaverse, and Quantum Computing technologies with a goal of transforming total global digital infrastructure.”

Chuck Brooks - 2x US Presidential Appointee for Cybersecurity | Forbes Contributor | Linkedin's "Top Tech Person To Follow"

“The SeQure Railway by QDex Labs provides unprecedented improvements in latency, bandwidth, throughput, and energy usage, facilitating the optimization of today’s Internet networks and the development of tomorrow’s decentralized with speeds exceeding 1 Gbps. If widely adopted, the new protocol could eliminate state-sponsored hacker threats and neutralize future key-cracking quantum computers. This is a game-changing technology with the depth & breadth to impact the world profoundly.”

Erik A. Nilsen, PhD - Quantum Physicist, Electrical Engineer, & Mathematician | Co-founder of TauTuk Cyber & Bio-Signal Technologies

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the SeQure Railway Quantum-Secure?

The short answer is: yes.

The long answer is that our security protocol is not predicated on encryption’s rearrangement of actual data, it can best be described as a classical representation of quantum entanglement in that it has no discernable, critical data transmission of any kind involved - an intelligent, randomized ‘substitionaranism’ that relies on a continuance of an initialized handshake whereby immediate creation, usage, and deprecation of data packet security is involved. In physics, one could even say this is predicated on ‘chaos theory.’ Because of the randomization involved (entropy or chaos), the absence of roots to an encryption integer, and the layering in the proprietary tech stack of the SeQure Railway, quantum computing is put on the same level as any normal, classical computer (i.e. Shor’s Algorithm and the other wave cancellation processes that quantum computing would use for encryption ‘key cracking’, cannot be used in any way that is advantageous to quantum computing).

Using the equation our founder and a core of engineers came up with for the probability of ‘hacking’ one data packet, a computer, whether classical or quantum-based would have a 1 in a 1x1036 (an undecillion) chance to successfully attack a data packet in a finite stream of packets - this in one instance, in one stream, in one layer, in one session within the SeQure Railway. As the added events are piled on, the multiplication becomes exponentiation, and the exponentiation becomes hyper-exponentiation (or tetration)! In effect, it is realistically impossible to break into the SeQure Railway.

How much energy savings can we expect?

Our preliminary benchmark testing has shown up to 70-80% in energy savings over current encryption standards.

What industries can QDex Labs service?

The straightforward answer is “all industries”. Every company, every government, and every individual can utilize the SeQure Railway in one way or another. Anyone who sends, stores, or needs sensitive information protected, including payments, can use the SeQure Railway for that one-stop shop that keeps their data safe, private, and secure.

Why choose QDex Labs over other companies?

We believe our uncompromising core values of security, speed, and sustainability are the ‘holy trinity’ of Cybersecurity. Industry experts have supported the statement that QDex Labs’ SeQure Railway is the only security protocol that can deliver on all 3 simultaneously - no compromises.

Is the SeQure Railway hardware or software?

The SeQure Railway is a software-level app (or agent) solution that requires NO specialized hardware.

What’s the integration process like? Is it hard / easy?

Through our proprietary orchestration management and integration SeQure Railway, our software-level digital infrastructure can be integrated into almost any network and endpoints operating within, in an extremely fast fashion. For Data-In-Transit, 1,000,000’s of endpoints could be onboarded in a day or two, rather than months. Our platform was designed with deep integration in mind from the start.

Can the SeQure Railway be used with legacy devices?

The SeQure Railway, at its core, was created in a way to require up to 80% less processing power when compared to encryption, and to draw significantly lower resources than any standard security protection available today. Due to this fact, the SeQure Railway is backward compatible with many older/legacy pieces of hardware with its requirements for drastically lowered resources.

Do you use encryption for security?

No. Our underlying security protocol is based on an alternative form of cryptography that secures at the data packet-level; we do not use encryption.