Discover what it means to have end-to-end security.
Tight budgets and product development cycles make it nearly impossible to consider all the necessary factors for embedding strong security measures throughout a device’s lifecycle.
But when customer safety, privacy, and well-being are at stake it has to happen.
Ensure secure identity is rooted into your device’s design.
Keyfactor Control enables you to easily incorporate robust cryptography that will ensure your devices perform only in the way you intend them to throughout their lifecycle.
Create devices reliably and securely worldwide.
The options are limitless. Feel free to consider the best and most cost-effective ways to work, knowing you can ensure authenticity and security during product build and deployment.
Assure customers that products are built to stay secure.
Be confident your products are ready to go the distance — safely. Over-the-air firmware updates, identity refreshes, access controls, and other essential tasks keep everything current.
Flexible and scalable options to safeguard consumers throughout the connected vehicle lifecycle.
Protect patient health information and medical device security at all points in the device’s lifecycle.
Empowers one-step automation of certificate and Roots of Trust management, and is available for embedded Android devices and native-C for real-time operating systems
Binds custom attributes to device identities without modifying, revoking, or reissuing any certificate
Works in environments of 500M devices or more, running in the cloud or client-hosted environments.
Incorporates encryption, authentication, and secure code signing within IoT devices and applications
Occurs during the device activation process
Centralizes management of certificates, key stores, and trust stores across all devices, applications, servers, and services within the IoT ecosystem
Allows the IoT ecosystem to authenticate device identities and enforce granular access control based on extended attributes via APIs and plug-ins
Includes a fully managed private PKI and supports both internal certificate authorities, as well as public issuers such as Certicom Security, DigiCert, and Entrust Datacard