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SecureRF’s Recent Press Coverage and Recognition

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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Linley Microprocessor Report: SecureRF Locks Up the Keys

In a Linley Group 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…

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IoT Institute: IoT Security Industry Trends to Look Out for in 2018

Recent advances in quantum computing raise the urgency to address potential IoT security threats. As we have noted in past blogs, quantum computing-based attacks will render legacy cryptography obsolete and potentially leave millions of IoT products in the field vulnerable to attack. We presented our thoughts on this challenge in an IoT Institute article titled “8…

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Iris Anshel Profiled in EE Times

Iris Anshel (Chief Scientist, SecureRF) is featured in EE Times’s “Women in Tech: 25 Profiles in Persistence.” Anshel was profiled along with 24 leading scientists, engineers, and executives from a variety of companies, including Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics, Melexis, Xilinx, Analog Devices, and Texas Instruments. “The study of algorithmically hard problems is inherent in the field of combinatorial group theory.…

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Louis Parks Interviewed by EDACafe About IoT Security and Quantum-Resistant Solutions

At ARM TechCon 2017, Louis Parks, CEO of SecureRF, talked with EDACafe.com about IoT security challenges and SecureRF’s quantum-resistant, public-key security solutions for small devices such as ARM Cortex-M series processors. “SecureRF has been focused on delivering authentication and identification technologies and security solutions for very, very small devices, specifically targeting 8-, 16-, and 32-bit processors.”  Watch Interview:…

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Catching Up with Security: Louis Parks on The Peggy Smedley Show

Louis Parks (CEO, SecureRF) recently appeared on The Peggy Smedley Show podcast (Episode 536). In a segment titled “Catching Up with Security,” Parks covered the challenges associated with securing low-resource processors. “Entities, corporations … the semiconductor folks … are thinking about security. I think we will make progress.” Listen: The Peggy Smedley Show

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SecureRF Recognized as a Leader in IoT Security 

The IoT Institute has recognized SecureRF as one of “25 trailblazing IoT security companies.” The Institute acknowledges SecureRF, along with companies such as Cisco, Raytheon Cyber, and Symantec, as a leader in IoT security and safety. “Securing many IoT devices can be a challenge in that many devices lack the necessary computational and memory resources to…

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A Spotlight on SecureRF

SecureRF and Louis Parks (CEO, SecureRF) were featured in the October 2017 edition of Components in Electronics magazine. Parks discussed the proliferation of IoT devices and how SecureRF is addressing IoT security challenges. CIE

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Quantum-Resistant Security Wins Best-in-Show at ARM TechCon

SecureRF was featured on ZDNet.com after winning the “Best Contribution to IoT Security” award at ARM TechCon 2017. “To compete, low-resource security architecture needs to run on the smallest ARM Cortex-M series processors and be built to withstand the threat from quantum computing. SecureRF is providing IoT security solutions to meet those needs,” Greg Nichols wrote.…

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