Improving the security of resource-constrained devices in IoT
December 1, 2016
Stacey Higginbotham, a blogger about chips, broadband and the internet of all the things, discusses a report out from BITAG, the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group.
She says “the report offers a big vote for encryption of data at all points of its progress. No data should be sent using clear text whether it’s location data for getting weather information or Wi-Fi passwords. There’s a lot of innovation happening in encryption for resource-constrained devices that can help here. Chip technology from ARM is one option, but even encryption from a company like SecureRF or WolfSSL could help.”
She is right, but SecureRF offers a variety of security solutions for resource-constrained IoT devices, not just encryption.
Read the full article – “Here are almost a dozen ways to improve IoT security.“