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Securing the IoS – the Internet of Sensors

Published January 6, 2016 by SecureRF in Algebraic Eraser, Embedded Systems, Hacks, Internet of Everything, Internet of Things, Sensors, Wireless Sensor Networks

The Internet of Things is talking loud and clear and nearly anyone can listen. Sensors are on almost everything from cars, refrigerators and wearables, to a town’s streetlights, water supply systems and air quality tracking devices. People’s lives are made easier and more efficient with the delivery of helpful data and information in seconds. The same holds true for businesses in almost any industry. Many […]

Global Mega Trends that Will Need Security

Published October 18, 2011 by SecureRF in Embedded Systems, Security, Sensors, Wireless Sensor Networks

Contributed by Joanne C. Kelleher For their 50th anniversary, Frost & Sullivan have identified 50 global mega trends that will have the greatest impact on transforming society, markets and cultures. These trends include population growth, healthcare, food, transportation, energy and even robots as domestic helpers. Given the broad scope of these trends, I was pleasantly surprised to see how many intersected with the security work […]

SecureRF Joins DASH7 Alliance and Brings Security Expertise to Wireless Standards Consortium

Published October 12, 2010 by SecureRF in DASH7, RFID, RFID Technology, Security, Wireless Sensor Networks

Contributed by Joanne C. Kelleher to the RFID Security Blog SecureRF Corporation has joined the DASH7 Alliance, a non-profit industry consortium. As a member of the DASH7 Alliance, SecureRF will work with more than 50 participating companies from around the world to advance the development of security methods and standards for the DASH7 wireless sensor networking standard. The DASH7 Alliance is producing great advances in […]

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