Five Minutes With…Louis Parks, CEO, SecureRF

August 18, 2017
Securing the Internet? That’s not exactly a new concept. In fact, not even close. However, what differentiates SecureRF from the dozens and dozens of others that make the same claim is that they secure the smallest devices, meaning that the majority of the devices they secure are driven by 8- or 16-bit processors. While that may seem odd, think about the number of devices that ship with 8- or 16-bit processors. They easily number in the billions per year. Why would somebody want to do that? That’s the question I posed to Louis Park, the President and CEO of Secure RF in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion. https://www.securerf.com/
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