Collaboration On Secure Connectivity For Consumer, Automotive And Industrial IoT

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Digital transformation and Internet of things (IoT) projects can only achieve their objectives if security is designed from the start, and a long-term, security lifecycle management approach is taken. Digital security firm Kudelski and u-blox have therefore agreed to collaborate to bring premium-grade security to IoT devices.

Collaboration To Boost Security Of IoT Devices 

The companies have teamed up to integrate the Kudelski IoT Security Suite into multiple u-blox product lines, thereby providing field-proven security technologies to empower businesses to sustainably secure their digital transformation, and optional services enabling further business growth.

According to the announcement, integration of Kudelski technology into u-blox modules will enable premium device protection and security lifecycle management including secure firmware over the air upgrades (FOTA), but also secure communications and application data protection.


Commented Jean-Michel Puiatti, senior vice president of IoT at Kudelski “u-blox has pioneered positioning, connectivity and short-range communications solutions that underpin the connected Internet of Things. By establishing this relationship with them, we will work together to enable business owners to securely drive new business models, features, efficiency and data analytics.”

“u-blox provides premium products to its customers and security is no exception,” said Andreas Thiel, u-blox Co-Founder and Executive Director Cellular Product Center. “Combining our leading wireless communication technology with Kudelski IoT Security Suite provides our customers with the benefits of both companies’ expertise and experience in dealing with high-volume, security-sensitive environments. We consider security as fundamental to the success of our customers’ business and are delighted to have an experienced and proven security partner such as Kudelski when building our security services.”

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