End-to-end encryption is key for securing the Internet of Things
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End-to-end encryption is key for securing the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest buzzwords these days. It seems like almost everything is being connected, including cars, streetlights, oil rigs, wearables and more. By the end of this decade, Gartner estimates there will be 26 billion IoT devices in service, while IDC predicts 28.1 billion.

There’s no safety in those numbers. Just the opposite: Every IoT device is an endpoint, like a PC or smartphone, which means every one is a potential back door for hackers. Worse, many Io

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An IoT device will live its life outside firewalls and communicate over public networks. For this to work you need to implement strong, highly efficient, End-to-End encryption and strong authentication mechanisms. Also, to save battery, the device will stay asleep most of the time so the communication must be asynchronous with queuing in the cloud for instance. Still being secured by encryption.

Just the way we designed apptimate.io. 

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End-to-end encryption is key for securing the Internet of Things