The Transatel SIM 901: an innovative solution to secure its mobile data around the world

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the new 21st century revolution. The number of connected things is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, using a large range of connectivity options.

Today more than ever, the question of cybersecurity is raised. However, many professionals seem to have not yet taken the measure of the challenges they face. It’s even more surprising given that massive cyber-attacks are taking place throughout the world in recent years.

For most of them, the main damage remains theft, loss of privacy or ransom claims. These attacks can however have more serious consequences especially if a car or a plane, for example, are hacked and then became out of control.

To the extent that every IoT program today should have security as a priority, Transatel has chosen to explore solutions to identify – and thereby, secure – a device through strong authentication and to protect data transmission via a Secure Private Network.

Thus, with the SIM 901, Transatel proposes today one of the rare solutions to offer true end-to-end security for the IoT allowing both authentication and global network management.

For more information about this subject, please find attached the last white paper by Transatel on the security for the IoT.

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