IoT Device Security with Cryptographic Keys

IoT Device Security with Cryptographic Keys

Cryptographic keys and identities are required to protect data, authenticate devices to the network and each other.

These keys are at the heart of any IoT device security architecture. The keys serve to protect IoT devices, but how can you ensure that the keys are protected? How can you implement these keys onto IoT devices in a scalable & cost-effective manner?

Download this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • A deep dive into a number of perspectives on IoT security from different angles in the supply chain
  • Distinguishing between traditional methods and key generation based on SRAM PUF (Physical Unclonable Function)
  • The operational breakdown of how these modern methodologies serve to secure the communication between connected devices



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