Security for the IoT is Challenging:
Current methods such as ECC and RSA are too slow when microcontrollers, ASICs or FPGAs are connected to low resource endpoints. In addition, automotive, industrial, medical, payments, and other multi-year applications also need to address the coming threat from quantum computing.
Watch the replay and download slides for the webinar hosted by SecureRF, Intel, and Digi-Key to learn about security methods that are fast, flexible, and future-proof. Topics include:
- Current and future threats to connected low-resource devices
- How to use FPGAs for secure, flexible and upgradeable designs
- Strategies for delivering fast authentication and data protection for applications with resource constrained devices
- Case study: Intel's DE10-Nano and a low-resource device using SecureRF methods, including how-to tips for fast deployment
Louis Parks, SecureRF Founder and CEO, is a security and technology executive with government, private sector, and international experience
Kris Chaplin, Intel Embedded Technology Specialist, has hosted and authored workshops and seminars highlighting industry trends in both software and hardware development
Drake Smith, SecureRF VP of Engineering, architects, designs, develops, and deploys security applications, holds several patents and has authored multiple published articles
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