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NanoLock Security and Dutch Telecom KPN to Demonstrate Powerful Flash-to-Cloud Security for IoT Devices at NLSecur[ID] event

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NanolLock and KPN Security Will Demonstrate Smart Meter Hacking, Protection and Management in the KPN IoT Security Stand

KPN Security, the largest IT security specialist in the Netherlands and NanoLock Security, the market leader of flash-to-cloud ironclad protection for IoT and connected edge devices, will demonstrate NanoLock’s powerful cyber protection and management through live hacking of smart meters and real-time notifications to KPN’s Security Operations Center (SOC).

NanoLock provides KPN with a robust IoT security solution for KPN customers, delivering cyber protection and unprecedented device-level visibility. During the NLSecur[ID] event, KPN and NanoLock Security will demonstrate how attackers can tamper with customer electricity usage by hacking into smart meters and how NanoLock’s protection can block such attacks and report them in real-time to KPN’s SOC.

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Using NanoLock’s solution, KPN can expand its cyber security services to include IoT device-level protection, management and monitoring for products like smart meters, cameras, and other connected IoT devices. NanoLock’s 360-degree device-level visibility will expand KPN’s capabilities to capture reliable, real-time and detailed alerts and status reporting for a wide range of IoT devices, with analytics and forensic data that includes detailed information about blocked attacks, manipulation details and more.

NanoLock’s device-level, Security by Design solution protects IoT and connected edge devices against cyberattacks, leveraging the device’s flash memory to create a root of trust, and extend a powerful flash-to-cloud defense that secures the entire chain of device vulnerability– from deeply embedded endpoints in the device, to the cloud — with no additional device costs and zero computing power.

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“As the leading telecom provider for the Netherlands, we’re in a unique position to provide industry-leading technologies to our customers,” said Sjoerd Hulzinga, IoT Security Product Manager, KPN. “IoT connectivity is among the fastest-growing demands from businesses and other customers alike. With NanoLock’s protection, management and monitoring of IoT devices integrated into KPN’s SOC, we will be able to offer our customers a robust cyber security solution. This will ensure that as our product and customer ecosystem continue to take hold in the IoT space, we are able to keep them protected from growing cyber threats and vulnerabilities.”

“We’re excited to showcase NanoLock’s solution with KPN at NLSecur[ID],” said Yoni Kahana, VP Business Development, NanoLock Security. “As IoT continues to gain momentum in the telecom and utilities industries, we believe that more companies will require new techniques to keep these critical devices and networks safe. By leveraging NanoLock’s solution, KPN customers will be protected from potential cyberattacks and vulnerabilities, and KPN will receive important monitoring analytics and forensic data that can be leveraged to understand trends and prevent the next attack.”

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