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IoT Device Security
Public-Key Authentication Solutions for your Wireless Sensors,NFC, RFID, BLE, MCUs, FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs and more
We are Securing the Internet of Things.
We provide identification, authentication, and data protection for small, low-resource devices that are part of the Internet of Things. Our post-quantum solutions address wireless sensors, FPGAs, ASICs, passive tags, and microcontrollers, where current security solutions are too slow, power hungry, or simply will not fit.
Whether you are looking to secure an NFC or Bluetooth device or protect your products from anti-counterfeiting, we can provide you with a complete IoT security solution from development kits to ready-to-use applications, tags, to a secure cloud-based management system.
Our security methods, based on a computationally efficient and highly secure breakthrough in Public‐Key Cryptography, are hundreds of times more efficient than today’s solutions, and are used to address supply chain risk, “really” mobile payments, credentials, the Smart Grid, and anti-counterfeiting.
With the advent of quantum computers there are threats to classic cryptographic protocols used on all types of computing platforms. Our quantum-resistant solutions can also secure larger devices where quantum computing attacks are a concern.
LEADERS IN DEVICE & APPLIANCE SECURITY
Why Dyn Suffered a DDoS Attack and How Consumer IoT Device Security Vulnerabilities can be Addressed
Our perspective on how vulnerable firmware contributed to Friday's DDoS attack on Dyn and how these weaknesses can be mitigated.
SecureRF Offers its IoT Embedded Security Development Kit for the ARM Cortex-M0/M3 at ARM TechCon 2016
Visit us at booth 216, October 26-27, 2016 during ARM TechCon to get our asymmetric, quantum-resistant Security Development Kit.
Webinar – Jump Start Your IoT Security Project with the Latest Tools in Authentication and Data Protection
November 1, 2016
Join us Tuesday, November 1 at 1:45 ET to learn more about security issues with low-resource devices and how to make your smart things secure.
SecureRF Paper On Quantum-Resistant Digital Signature Algorithm Accepted For NIST Lightweight Cryptography Workshop
Theoretical foundation of WalnutDSA and benchmarks vs ECC and RSA on constrained devices commonly used in the IoT to be presented.
Will lead West Coast sales of IoT security solutions for low power devices.