October 24, 2017 - October 26, 2017
SecureRF is exhibiting in Santa Clara, CA in booth # 105.
Securing IoT devices has become one of the most important aspects of development and deployment. With the NSA suggesting to not use Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) for new designs due to ECC’s susceptibility to quantum attacks, useful algorithms in constrained devices are now limited. An alternative cryptographic solution for that can fit on ARM processors is needed. Come see how our Kayawood Key Agreement Protocol and Walnut Digital Signature Algorithm implementations for ARM processors can enable quantum-resistant key agreement and digital signatures without egregious performance degradation or energy consumption.
More info is at the ARM TechCon website.