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WISeKey to secure Wellness Telecom for smart cities
WISeKey’s IoT Cybersecurity will be combined with Wellness Telecom’s platform, to prevent effects of attacks on the smart city network including but not limited to DDoS and protecting the data from cyberattacks. Every WeLight or Quamtra sensor from the Wellness Telecom ecosystem would be equipped with and unique digital certificate issued by the WISeKey’s Swiss based cryptographic Root of Trust (“RoT”) integrating strong authentication and data encryption securely loaded into a WISeKey’s latest generation cryptographic chip tamper proof secure element. WISeKey is a member of Microsoft CityNext, a global initiative empowering cities, businesses and citizens to re-imagine their futures and cultivate vibrant communities.
WISeKey participation in Microsoft CityNext, a global initiative empowering cities, businesses and citizens to re-imagine their futures and cultivate vibrant communities. Through the Microsoft CityNext initiative, Microsoft and WISeKey will help leaders to do “new with less,” by combining the power of technology with innovative ideas to securely connect governments, businesses and citizens with city services that increase efficiencies, reduce costs, foster a more sustainable environment and cultivate communities where people thrive.
WISeKey is championing the ever-changing landscape of cyber-security for smart cities. The number of connected devices via the upcoming Internet of Things requiring digital identification and security in the world now tops 4 billion and continues to rise rapidly; this number is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020. This trend shows that Cybersecurity is a key asset in ensuring protection of this infrastructure.
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Digital Security Reference Paper
Digital security gives individuals and organisations the freedom to embrace the digital lifestyle. It equates to the protection of their identity, their personal data and assets, as well as their technology means when they use digital devices and networks (private, public, Internet and mobile) and use cases such as communication on a social network, financial transactions, e-administration and e-commerce.
Digital Security Reference Paper – Eurosmart Paper
Future Proofing the connected world
This document is meant to provide developers of IoT devices with an understanding of the security threats faced by their products. We also talk about the tools and processes that can be used to help safeguard against those threats. Although IoT systems are complex, encompassing devices, gateways, mobile applicat