The growing demand for security in the Internet of Things is requiring a global end-to-end approach, as securing each part of the IoT chain separately cannot bring a satisfactory answer. For this reason, Trusted Objects is demonstrating that thanks to its TOSF embedded secure firmware, it is possible to set up a secure end-to-end connection
In the Internet of Things industry, many systems integrators and application developers are facing obstacles when developing and testing security solutions in their applications. Due to IoT market fragmentation, the personalisation of a small volume of Secure Elements can be challenging for an industry used to deal with billions of devices in a consolidated market.
The SECURIOT-2 project just obtained the recognition of the French government Fonds Unique Interministériel (FUI) – Régions, dedicated to financing projects supported by industry clusters (Pôles de Compétitivité).
Trusted Objects, a security provider for the Internet of Things (IoT), and UnaBiz, a Singapore-based IoT-dedicated network operator, are partnering to deliver hardware-based security to the Sigfox network in Asia.
Trusted Objects, a security expert for the Internet of Things (IoT), in partnership with Avnet Silica and UbiquiOS technology, have announced the availability of its secure TLS solution,
Avnet Silica, an Avnet company, and Trusted Objects, a provider of secure firmware and security services, announced the availability of a new LoRaWAN™ family of secure elements.
Avnet Silica, an Avnet company, Actility, the industry provider of low power wide area networking, and Trusted Objects, a provider of secure firmware and security services, announced the availability of a demonstrator showcasing hardware-secured Over-the-Air (OTA) activation
Trusted Objects, a specialist in security for the Internet of Things (IoT), has released its Secure Element (SE) designed for connected solutions on the Sigfox network.
Alexandre Adomnicai, cryptography expert at Trusted Objects will give a presentation on his current research at the next NIST Lightweight Cryptography Workshop that will take place on October 17-18, 2016 at NIST (US National Institute of Standards and Technology) Headquarters, in Gaithersburg, Md., USA.
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