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.
SecureRF and Andes Technology Join Forces to Deliver Quantum-Resistant Security Solutions for Constrained IoT Devices
May 8, 2017 SecureRF, a leading provider of quantum-resistant security solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), and Andes Technology, the leading Asia-based supplier for high performance, small gate count and low-power 32-bit embedded CPU cores, announced they have partnered to offer fast, quantum-resistant security solutions for constrained IoT devices. This collaboration enables companies to use AndesCore™ secure processor in combination with SecureRF’s asymmetric (public-key) […]
Arrow Chameleon96 Community Board Features Quantum-Resistant IoT Authentication & Data Protection Solutions from SecureRF
March 13, 2017 SecureRF, a leading provider of quantum-resistant security solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that its asymmetric (public-key) cryptographic protocols are available on the new Arrow Chameleon96 Community board. SecureRF’s security tools enable companies to deploy small, fast and ultra-low-energy solutions providing integrity, authentication and non-repudiation for IoT devices. SecureRF’s Group Theoretic Cryptography methods, which include the Ironwood™ Key Agreement […]
Joint Solution Delivers Custom ASICs with Authentication & Data Protection Capabilities in Just Weeks February 27, 2017 SecureRF, a leading provider of quantum-resistant security solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), and BaySand, the leader in application-configurable ASICs, today announced they have joined forces to provide fast, quantum-resistant authentication and data protection solutions for low-resource IoT devices. Through this partnership, companies can quickly, effortlessly and […]
As IoT devices become smaller and cheaper, more cities are leveraging them to transform themselves into smart cities. Smart cities use IoT devices and technologies to improve the efficiency of their services and assist their citizens in a variety of ways. Smart city IoT applications include: Traffic-management systems that reduce congestion and save money on infrastructure repairs; Trash bins on city streets and in parks […]
The IoT is made up of billions of devices that collect and share data. If this data is not properly secured, it puts both end-users and manufacturers at risk for all sorts of disastrous consequences. For example, the data collected by a smart thermostat can reveal when someone is home based on their heating and cooling settings. If this information is not adequately protected, thieves […]
In a blog post we published last November, we reported that quantum computers might be available in the next ten to fifteen years. However, with companies including Google and IBM significantly ramping up their efforts to make quantum computing a reality, it is likely that commercial availability for these “super computers” will arrive ahead of schedule. A recent article in Wired magazine noted that Google […]
In the News
May 2017 Global electronics publication U.S. Tech has published an article authored by SecureRF CTO Derek Atkins sharing IoT security predictions and trends. Download the article
March 21, 2017 SemiWiki.com, “The Open Forum of Semiconductor Professionals,” has published an article about quantum computing and its potential to undermine cryptography. Although quantum computers aren’t commercially available today, “you should probably assume that at least nation-state hackers will be able to crack your non-quantum-resistant cryptography today or very soon and therefore all responsible systems should plan to be resistant to quantum attacks. Solutions […]
March 2017 Cybersecurity Ventures announced the Q1 2017 edition of the Cybersecurity 500, a global compilation of leading companies who provide cybersecurity solutions and services. SecureRF is ranked #464. Press release – http://cybersecurityventures.com/cybersecurity-500/ List – http://cybersecurityventures.com/cybersecurity-500-list/#home