SecureRF and Intel Corporation are collaborating to provide engineers with quantum-resistant authentication and data protection solutions for Intel FPGA-based Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The first security toolkit, available now, addresses Intel’s DE10-Nano development board, an ideal platform for developers who require design flexibility, performance, and expanded I/O options, when creating innovative applications for the […]
Future-proof security for the low-resource processors and embedded IoT devices
SecureRF Corporation announced today that they will be demonstrating their security solutions at the ST Developers Conference 2017 in Santa Clara, CA on September 6. SecureRF, a conference Silver Sponsor, will showcase their authentication and data protection solutions for low-resource processors and embedded devices. Walnut Digital Signature Algorithm (WalnutDSA) is a lightweight, quantum-resistant signature scheme for […]
SecureRF CEO to speak to securing and future-proofing low-resource processors
SecureRF Corporation, a leading provider of quantum-resistant security tools for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced that its CEO Louis Parks will give a TechTen talk at the General Dynamics Missions Systems Small Business Tech Conference in Washington, DC, on August 22, 2017. Parks will speak about challenges and options for securing and future-proofing low-resource processors […]
Ultra-low-energy authentication and data protection for constrained IoT devices
SecureRF and Andes Technology today announced they have partnered to offer fast, quantum-resistant security for constrained IoT devices. This collaboration enables companies to use AndesCore™ secure processor in combination with SecureRF’s asymmetric (public-key) cryptosystems. Andes’ secure memory protection and tamper-resistance protection provides shield against attacks. SecureRF’s authentication and data protection solutions provide strong protection for IoT […]
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