- The Kudelski IoT Security Platform will provide end-to-end protection from silicon to cloud for IoT devices
- As per Gartner, 5.8 billion enterprise and automotive IoT devices will be in use next year
Patrick Hauert, vice president of IoT Security at Kudelski Group said, “Companies building IoT devices need a strong, sustainable, end-to-end security strategy in order to protect their revenues and reputation, but integrating and using that security has to be. By working with ST to embed our technology at the core of their products, we are providing that simplicity and reduction of risk. We are also allowing manufacturers to securely enable new device features while preventing fraud, protecting the user experience from cyberattacks and giving the ability to use security as a competitive advantage.”
End-to-end protection from silicon to cloud for IoT devices
As per Gartner, 5.8 billion enterprise and automotive IoT devices will be in use next year. Out of this, connected industry and cars will be the two drivers for the 18 per cent year-over-year growth.
The Kudelski IoT Security Platform will provide end-to-end protection from silicon to cloud for IoT devices. This will include device security, data security, access management, and active security to safeguard the entire product lifecycle.
Industrial and automotive connected devices
Laurent Degauque, marketing director, Secure Microcontroller Division, STMicroelectronics said, “The Kudelski IoT Security Platform integrating our ST4SIM industrial-grade eSIM technology, together with the STM32 MCU, is well-designed and adapted to answer the increasing security requirements of industrial and automotive connected devices. It offers the first solution able to provide very high-end security features in combination with SIM connectivity.”