NXP FTF 2016: Shrinking SSL for secure communications in IoT and embedded

May 27, 2016
Chris Conlon, a software engineer at wolfSSL, discusses aspects of SSL/TLS encryption that make them such a burden on embedded devices, then explains how his company is working to shrink those footprints to help secure connected devices on the Internet of Things.
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