Secure communications on the Internet of Things

June 1, 2016 Embedded Computing Design

According to Louis Parks, President and CEO of of SecureRF, the company’s security protocols for the IoT are computationally much more intensive than other types of security that are available. The technology addresses the size, speed, and power that are needed for just about any “thing” on the market today. It also eliminates having to go back to the server for authentication. Louis was able to explain it way better than I could. Hear his description.

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