Rapid Implementation of Data Protection & Authentication Solutions for Constrained IoT Devices

Secure Your Devices in Two Days or Less

Watch the on-demand webinar and learn how to rapidly secure your devices with quantum-resistant, asymmetric cryptography 

The rush to connect devices including industrial sensors, consumer electronics, vehicles, medical devices and wearables creates significant opportunities for manufacturers to differentiate products and grow profitability. However, many companies are deploying these constrained IoT devices with inadequate security because most security solutions are too resource-intensive to implement and manage. The risks incurred by inadequate security are significant and include privacy breaches, brand damage, revenue loss and other disastrous consequences.

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear how you can add authentication and data protection to your low-resource IoT devices in a couple days or less with asymmetric solutions that do NOT require a network connection OR the management of a universal database of keys and passwords. 

Key topics to be covered:

  • An overview of available asymmetric (public-key) IoT security solutions that work efficiently in 32-bit, 16-bit and even 8-bit environments
  • Future-proof authentication and data protection methods that are suitable for industrial, automotive, consumer electronics, medical and other applications
  • How fast and easy it is to implement SecureRF’s quantum-resistant, asymmetric cryptographic methods for low-resource devices


Derek Atkins, Chief Technology Officer, SecureRF
Mr. Atkins specializes in architecting, designing, developing, and deploying network and systems security applications. He serves on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the internet standardization body. As a member of the IETF, he was instrumental in the design and standardization of several major internet protocols, including the OpenPGP and Instant Messaging protocols. He currently serves as chairman of the Open Web Authorization (Oauth) Working Group, and serves on the IETF Security Directorate. Mr. Atkins also served as President of IHTFP Consulting, Inc., an Atlanta-based consulting firm he founded in 2001, which provided internet and computer system security services.

Drake Smith, Vice President of Development, SecureRF
Mr. Smith is an industry veteran with over 30 years of experience managing the development of technology hardware and software products and solutions, and professional services. He also served as Chief Technology Officer for the National Captioning Institute, and President and Chief Operating Officer for ULTECH Corporation, a broadcast technology company he founded in 1991, which was acquired by NCI in 2002. Mr. Smith was also an Applications Engineer and Technical Services Manager for ITT Semiconductors, where he was responsible for the design and development of integrated circuits.

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