Miele to use Security Chips from G+D Mobile Security

January 27, 2020 Perry Cohen

Miele announced it will be implementing new security chips from Giesecke+Devrient to protect intelligent devices. 

The chips support authentication between Miele devices and Miele Online Services and protects the transmission of data using TLS encryption. Communication is bundled with routers of home networks. The security elements implement end-to-end cryptographic security by communicating directly with the Miele systems.

The company can integrate the chips into its existing environment and help strengthen the security of its smart home devices. Because communication takes place via WLAN and LAN and not the mobile network, connectivity is guaranteed, according to the company, even if an appliance ­ such as a washing machine ­ is in the basement.

For more information, visit https://www.gi-de.com/mobile-security

 

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