IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Thirdwayv, a leading provider of end-to-end connectivity and security solutions for Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that its SecureConnectivity™ software platform for safety-critical applications is included in a commercialized medical device that was cleared by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in June 2018. The SecureConnectivity platform is applicable to a wide variety of IoT applications including high value asset tracking, automotive and critical infrastructure.
Thirdwayv’s SecureConnectivity platform is comprised of multiple software components including Device (i.e., embedded), Smartphone and Cloud software. The platform utilizes application layer security to create a secure communication channel between a Smartphone App and an IoT Device or the Cloud, enabling it to augment shared transport layer security mechanisms used by popular operating systems such as Android and iOS. The platform is resistant to a variety of malware and wireless channel cyber security attacks and can be utilized across multiple communications protocols such as BLE, WiFi, LTE Cat M, NB-IOT and NFC. It is also compatible with a number of communication silicon vendors. The Platform includes optional on-premise equipment for factory provisioning which protects against the production of counterfeit products. Additionally, SecureConnectivity’s ultra-low power profile, tiny memory footprint and simple to use APIs (Application Programming Interface) allow seamless integration into existing devices and applications with minimal engineering effort, and without the need to increase battery size or reduce the product’s operating life. SecureConnectivity customers have the ability to select individual components of the platform to match their specific requirements.
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“As the number of IoT devices grows each day so, too, does the threat landscape as each individual IoT device provides another node of connection for potential nefarious actors to compromise not only the device, but the connected networks as well,” said Tanner Johnson, Senior Analyst, Connectivity & IoT with IHS Markit. “As users increasingly demand the convenience of controlling and accessing IoT data and applications using their own smartphones, this introduces yet another threat surface. Thirdwayv’s SecureConnectivity solution offers the addition of application-layer security between connected devices and smartphones for safety-critical healthcare applications.”