IoT Security Update: December 2020

Happy Holidays from Veridify Security

We wish you a healthy and productive holiday season, and look forward to continued collaboration with our customers, partners, and industry contacts in 2021. In the spirit of giving and keeping with our annual holiday tradition, we’ve made a donation to St. Jude’s Children’s Research hospital. View more information about St. Jude’s and its mission click here.

Veridify Security News and Events

Despite the continued impact of COVID-19, we’ve participated in several virtual industry and partner events, and we are preparing several virtual product demonstrations to share.

Earlier this month, we joined with our partner Microchip at the RISC-V Summit, where we shared details of our security solutions for the PolarFire SoC. View the full conference agenda and sponsor details here.

Louis Parks, Founder and CEO, Veridify Security recently joined the virtual IoT Device Security Conference to present “Smart Buildings and Secure Device Ownership at the Edge of the IoT.” View the full conference agenda and register for online access here.

Earlier in the fall, we joined with Intel to demonstrate the features and benefits of the DOME at the virtual Intel Partner Connect events. The demonstrations showed how the products can deliver simple, scalable, and fast security and device management for Intel SoC FPGAs and the applicability of these products for several industrial use cases. View the event details here.

Lastly, in late October, we announced that we added Happiest Minds Technologies as a global systems integrator partner. Happiest Minds will support customer delivery and implementation of our security tools, as well as DOME™ – our secure zero-touch onboarding, device ownership, management, and enrollment platform. Read the full press release here.

IoT Security in the News

Recent news stories indicate the risk of cybersecurity threats have only grown during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is becoming increasingly clear that now is the time to properly address security in all your connected IoT devices.

AP News, December 9, 2020: Vermont hospital cyberattack cost estimated at $1.5 million per day

Wall Street Journal, December 8, 2020: Imagine a Nutrition Label – for Cybersecurity

ZDNet, November 10, 2020: IoT Security is a mess, these guidelines could help fix that

Wired Magazine, October 29, 2020: Ransomware Hits Dozens of Hospitals in Unprecedented Wave

Forbes, October 12, 2020: 10 Insights from Microsoft’s Latest IoT Signals Report

Financial Times, October 11, 2020: Corporate cyber risks heightened by Covid, warns ex-NSA head

Wall Street Journal, October 8, 2020: Hackers Eye Their Next Targets, From Schools to Cars


IoT Security Update: December 2020