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SecureRF’s Recent Press Coverage and Recognition

Meet 20 Of The Most Powerful Women In The Tech World

Dr. Iris Anshel, Chief Scientist at SecureRF, has been included in a select list of  20 of the most influential women in technology as reported by Yolande D’Mello in her article for AiThority. Dr. Anshel earned a Ph.D. in math from Columbia, co-developed the foundational group theoretic methods that underlie all SecureRF protocols, and has…

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SecureRF to Showcase Future-Proof Security Solutions for Low-Resource Processors at Embedded World 2018

IoT developers looking for quantum-resistant authentication and data protection solutions for their embedded devices and processors will find the smallest and fastest solutions from SecureRF on display at Embedded World 2018. We will be giving live demonstrations of their methods that are more than 90 times faster than ECC daily on the show floor. The…

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Microsemi reveals its embedded world programme

Microsemi experts will be on hand at Embedded World in booth #1-431 to discuss and demonstrate a number of innovative new products and solutions, including SecureRF Security: This design showcases SecureRF’s Walnut DSA IP running on a Mi-V RISC-V core in a IGLOO2 FPGA. Read more in Electronics Specifier.  

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Microsemi to Showcase Innovative New Solutions in Booth #1-431 at Embedded World 2018

Microsemi will be hosting five presentation topics at booth #1-431 starting at 10 a.m. each day of Embedded World, with a new session beginning each hour. For a complete schedule or to sign up for a presentation, visit https://www.microsemi.com/details/326-embedded-world-2018. Sessions include  “Walnut Digital Security,” where SecureRF will present the capabilities of its Walnut DSA security IP. Read the…

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Securing the Internet of Vehicles – is it possible?

Connected vehicles are a manifestation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and securing the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is rapidly growing in importance. There are several areas of concern when it comes to securing a vehicle and the requirements are being heightened with the advent of autonomous cars. Louis Parks, CEO of SecureRF, provides insight…

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SecureRF Appears in Semiconductor Engineering

SecureRF was recently mentioned in Semiconductor Engineering’s “Week in Review.” The site reported that SecureRF’s Walnut Digital Signature Algorithm was accepted by NIST for evaluation in NIST’s post-quantum standardization project. Read the Post

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Securing Our Future: Louis Parks on The Peggy Smedley Show

Louis Parks (CEO, SecureRF) was recently interviewed by Peggy Smedley (IoT podcast #545) about the history of asymmetric cryptography, the challenges associated with securing low-resource processors, and the threat quantum computers pose to IoT security. It was Parks’s second appearance on the podcast. Listen Now

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Fortune: Louis Parks on Quantum Computing

SecureRF’s CEO Louis Parks was quoted a FORTUNE article titled “Breaking Bitcoin with a Quantum Computer.” “According to CEO Louis Parks of SecureRF, which is developing quantum-resistant security systems, the number of qubits in a machine has recently soared from 16 to 50.” Read the Article      

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Microprocessor Report: SecureRF Locks Up the Keys

In a Microprocessor Report article titled “SecureRF Locks Up the Keys,” Mike Demler highlights SecureRF’s unique quantum-resistant security solutions and explains why they are well suited for securing low-resource processors. “To further promote its technology, SecureRF has wisely established alliances with some of the industry’s leading processor and IP vendors,” Demler wrote. “The mathematics behind…

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