The Sevio system is born in an environment expert in networking and prioritizes security, as it is deeply integrated into the design of the system.
The data transfer is done by using the VPN (Virtual Private Network), which allows to establish a secure channel for accessing resources through the Internet: the data packets run through the public network, but are indecipherable without the proper decoding keys, so the Internet is just the transit network.
Before a packet is transmitted, it is encrypted and equipped with the necessary features to cross shared and public networks until the destination is reached, where it is decrypted and interpreted. Such information may only be deciphered with the appropriate decryption keys, which remain on the start and arrival devices, without passing through the network.

The SEVIO system verifies the integrity of the information, ensuring its inalterability.
The widely-distributed encryption algorithms we use are proven to be safe, as they are the same ones that are guaranteed, tested, and used by the global market for sensitive data management, such as POS devices or HomeBanking services.
SEVIO uses standard VPN protocols, non-proprietary, widely distributed, and tested worldwide.

In order for a VPN to remain secure, continuous and thorough infrastructure maintenance is necessary
The SEVIO system, thanks to the automatic updates of the remote devices and security certificates, frees the customer from any maintenance operation, guaranteeing maximum protection while performing all the activities.



  • Fully isolate the path between the network of the installation site and the automation network, protecting the plant from the existing infrastructure, while, at the same time, safeguarding the privacy of the end customer.

  • Remotely access the entire automation network, only from the authorized operators. Through Sevio Portal you can modify, add, or delete the credentials, remotely and at any time.

  • Through Sevio Portal you can modify, add, or delete the credentials, remotely and at any time.

  • Differentiate which operators can access the remote network, for each SEVIO router.

  • Authorize the dialogue between automation devices present on distributed automation networks