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KEYFACTOR BECOMES A MEMBER OF CONNECTIVITY STANDARDS ALLIANCE

Keyfactor | March 16, 2023

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On March 15, 2023, Keyfactor, the enterprise machine and IoT identity platform, joined the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA). CSA is a leading organization that develops and promotes open, universal standards for safer product interaction and connection. Keyfactor's CSA membership affirms the company's approach to authentication and trust between connected devices and applications, joining 260+ innovative brands like Amazon, Apple, and Google. IoT product manufacture...

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LORAWAN ENCRYPTION KEYS EASY TO CRACK, JEOPARDIZING SECURITY OF IOT NETWORKS

Threat Post | January 28, 2020

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The LoRaWAN protocol has become standard in the world of industrial IoT because of its support for low-power wireless devices over long distances and its end-to-end encryption technology. However, bad implementations and security flaws make the protocol a real blind spot in the fraught world of IoT security, as LoRaWAN is easily susceptible to threats that could cause widespread disruption and even destruction if it’s not implemented correctly, IOActive researchers have found. LoRaWAN, or ...

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HOW ARE TELECOMS USING THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Sdxcentral | January 26, 2020

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Telecoms use the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver a collection of products and services that bring additional value to their existing networks. In some cases, telecoms built separate networks specifically for their IoT platform. These IoT platforms that can be used as the foundation for developers and businesses to create their own IoT products and services. There are two protocol technologies telecoms use to connect IoT devices to their networks, LTE-M and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). The protoc...

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LANTRONIX, TAOGLAS AND THALES COLLABORATE TO DELIVER 5G IOT SOLUTIONS TO CONNECT DATA-DEPENDENT INDUSTRIES

Lantronix, Inc. | February 24, 2022

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Lantronix Inc, a global provider of secure turnkey solutions for intelligent IT and Internet of Things (IoT); Taoglas®, a leading provider of advanced technology for a smarter world; and Thales (Euronext Paris: HO), a global leader in advanced technologies and designer and builder of IoT connectivity solutions, today announced their collaboration. Their combined expertise aims to deliver application-specific smart industrial IoT solutions to connect data-dependent vertical industries, includ...

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Enterprise Iot, Infrastructure

KEYFACTOR BECOMES A MEMBER OF CONNECTIVITY STANDARDS ALLIANCE

Keyfactor | March 16, 2023

On March 15, 2023, Keyfactor, the enterprise machine and IoT identity platform, joined the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA). CSA is a leading organization that develops and promotes open, universal standards for safer product interaction and connection. Keyfactor's CSA membership affirms the company's approach to authentication and trust between connected devices and applications, joining 260+ innovative brands like Amazon, Apple, and Google. IoT product manufacture...

Read More
news image

LORAWAN ENCRYPTION KEYS EASY TO CRACK, JEOPARDIZING SECURITY OF IOT NETWORKS

Threat Post | January 28, 2020

The LoRaWAN protocol has become standard in the world of industrial IoT because of its support for low-power wireless devices over long distances and its end-to-end encryption technology. However, bad implementations and security flaws make the protocol a real blind spot in the fraught world of IoT security, as LoRaWAN is easily susceptible to threats that could cause widespread disruption and even destruction if it’s not implemented correctly, IOActive researchers have found. LoRaWAN, or ...

Read More
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HOW ARE TELECOMS USING THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Sdxcentral | January 26, 2020

Telecoms use the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver a collection of products and services that bring additional value to their existing networks. In some cases, telecoms built separate networks specifically for their IoT platform. These IoT platforms that can be used as the foundation for developers and businesses to create their own IoT products and services. There are two protocol technologies telecoms use to connect IoT devices to their networks, LTE-M and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). The protoc...

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Platforms

LANTRONIX, TAOGLAS AND THALES COLLABORATE TO DELIVER 5G IOT SOLUTIONS TO CONNECT DATA-DEPENDENT INDUSTRIES

Lantronix, Inc. | February 24, 2022

Lantronix Inc, a global provider of secure turnkey solutions for intelligent IT and Internet of Things (IoT); Taoglas®, a leading provider of advanced technology for a smarter world; and Thales (Euronext Paris: HO), a global leader in advanced technologies and designer and builder of IoT connectivity solutions, today announced their collaboration. Their combined expertise aims to deliver application-specific smart industrial IoT solutions to connect data-dependent vertical industries, includ...

Read More