Building Automation Systems, Smart Buildings, and 5 Ways to Make Them Cyber Secure
This is a webinar replay that covers connected building trends, building control advancements, connected building and BACnet security risks, 5 ways to improve cybersecurity, and implementing cybersecurity for BACnet devices.
Mitigating Cyber Risks in Operational Technology, Buildings, and Critical Infrastructure
Connected operational technology (OT) devices are increasingly at risk from cyberattacks and can also be gateways to attacks on IT networks. OT is used to operate buildings, control manufacturing and process operations, as well as control critical infrastructure such as transportation controls systems.
Veridify Security, in partnership with Advantech and based on Intel technology, provides real-time device-level cybersecurity for OT devices using a zero trust framework to stop cybers attacks.
Demystifying OT and IoT Security and FPGAs
A closeup look at how FPGAs can be easily updated to protect devices at the edge and examine how this custom hardware provides a solid platform for implementing industry standards necessary for securely authenticating, updating, and sharing data across a network.
Webinar: Protecting Buildings from Cyber Attacks – 6 Steps You Can Take Today
Buildings with internet-connected OT (operational technology) devices and networks (BACnet) are susceptible to cyberattacks. This can lead to operational disruption or open a gateway to attack the IT network resulting in data theft or ransomware. This video highlights 6 things that building operators and systems integrators can do to improve cybersecurity for buildings. A key recommendation is for device-level security that utilizes a zero trust framework to authenticate device-to-device communication.
Webinar: Cybersecurity to the Edge for Smart Building Infrastructure
This joint webinar with KMC Controls, Arrow Intelligent Solutions, and Veridify Security provides information on capability levels of different building types as well as a cybersecurity solution for building automation edge devices.
DOME Building Automation / OT Network Cybersecurity Overview
The DOME cybersecurity platform stops cyber attacks before they happen and provides device-level protection for building automation, smart buildings, operational technology (OT) networks, and industrial IoT. Based on a NIST-compliance zero trust framework, DOME makes it easy to retrofit cybersecurity to existing devices, and can be embedded into OEM devices and building controls.
Webinar: Future-Proof Cybersecurity for Smart Buildings, Building Automation, OT Networks, and Industrial IoT
This video is part of a webinar on Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Industrial IoT. This segment is the part specific to providing cybersecurity for smart buildings, building automation, operational technology (OT) networks, and industrial IoT with DOME.
DOME stops cyber attacks before they happen. DOME is a zero trust solution that provides protection to every device behind a firewall. All devices must be mutually authenticated, and all traffic between devices is encrypted. DOME provides security to new and existing networks, and can be embedded into OEM devices for built-in security.
Webinar: Making Buildings and Industrial IoT Cyber Safe
This video looks at Making Buildings and Industrial IoT Cyber Safe.
DOME Interface Appliance for Cybersecurity
The DOME Interface Appliance (DIA) is the local management and authentication device of the Veridify DOME platform that is located on a building automation or Industrial IoT network, and connects to the cloud-based DOME Server for reporting and credential management.
The DIA connects locally to building controls that have the DOME Client software built-in, or to DOME Sentry devices that provide cybersecurity for existing building controls.
Veridify's YouTube channel has a growing collection of product demonstrations and educational videos.
Here are additional videos featuring Veridify Security (formerly SecureRF) at recent industry events.
Security for Automotive at CES2020: ECU Authentication
January 6, 2020
Veridify joined with our partner ST Micorelectronics at CES2020 in Las Vegas, to demonstrate the advantages of Veridify's methods for ECU authentication. See the full video here.
RISC V: Delivering Open and Secure Solutions, a Bay Area RISC V Meetup
May 21, 2019
SecureRF, Imperas and Andes sponsored the Bay Area RISC-V Group May Meetup. The panel discussion was on RISC-V and how it delivers open and secure solutions. Each firm gave a brief introduction and then questions were accepted from the audience. See the full video here.
Grand Opening of Intel FPGA Innovation Center
December 19, 2018
SecureRF was in Chongqing in December to celebrate the grand opening of the Intel FPGA Innovation center as a featured Intel Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) partner. Intel’s Intel China’s president, and 400 customers and media were in attendance where SecureRF demonstrated a unique security solution, developed for Intel’s Industrial IoT group, that addresses installed industrial IoT devices that have little or no protection today. This event, including SecureRF’s participation, received significant media attention, including television coverage. If you would like to practice your Mandarin, check out our coverage on local Chongqing, China television here.
RISC-V Summit 2018
December 3-6, 2018
The SecureRF team joined over 1,100 attendees at the recent RISC-V Summit 2018. This important and growing industry event offers participants an opportunity to share information about the RISC-V architecture, software, silicon, security and more. See highlights from the Summit (including comments from SecureRF CEO Louis Parks starting at 2:03) here.
Quantum Computing: Technology Nirvana or Security Armageddon?
November 15, 2018
SecureRF’s CEO, Louis Parks, was on the panel at the VLAB Forum “Quantum Computing: Technology Nirvana or Security Armageddon?” Perhaps the greatest impact — and most dangerous threat — from quantum computing will be in cryptography. Capable of instantly breaking today’s strongest data encryption algorithms, quantum computing is a major focus of governments, multinational corporations, and a growing number of startups around the globe. The panelists discussed:
- When will quantum computing find its way into production?
- How will organizations be able to protect against potential misuse?
- Has the US fallen behind other countries in the quantum computing race?
VLAB is a non-profit organization that connects entrepreneurs, founders, industry experts, and investors with ideas and technologies that have the potential to disrupt industries and create opportunities. Since 1990, their unique panel discussions have been one of the most popular forums in Silicon Valley, examining industry-disrupting innovations from varying perspectives.
See the entire presentation (1 hour and 20 minutes), including comments from SecureRF CEO Louis Parks starting at 14:20 and the segment at 47:50 here.
Utimaco Applied Crypto Symposium Silicon Valley 2018
November 13, 2018
SecureRF CEO Louis Parks recently joined global thought leaders, academics and industry experts from around the globe to discuss the state of affairs in post-quantum research. Topics included how organizations around the world are planning and preparing for a post-quantum society and methodologies for making legacy systems quantum safe. See highlights from this exciting symposium here (Louis offers comments starting at 0:44).
SecureRF Accelerates Cryptographic Processing with DesignWare® APEX Extensions
November 13, 2018
See our collaboration with Synopsys in action. This video features our Vice President of Engineering, Drake Smith, and Rich Collins, Synopsys Segment Marketing Manager of ARC Processors and Subsystems, demonstrating how we accelerate cryptographic processing with DesignWare APEX extensions. View it here.
ARM TechCon 2017
October 24-26, 2017
SecureRF CEO Louis Parks was interviewed by EDACafe at ARM TechCon 2017. View the interview here.
Five Minutes With…Louis Parks, CEO, SecureRF
August 18, 2017
Richard Nass from Embedded Computing interviewed SecureRF's CEO, Louis Park, about securing the Internet in his "Five Minutes with..." series. View it here.