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WISeKey Selected as Collaborator by NIST for the NCCoE Trusted IoT Network Layer Onboarding Project

WISeKey International Holding Ltd. , a leading global cybersecurity, IoT, and AI company, announced that it has been selected as a collaborator by NIST for the NCCoE Trusted IoT Device Network-Layer Onboarding and Lifecycle Management Consortium project.

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Other collaborators in this project are CableLabs, Cisco,, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Kudelski IOT, NquiringMinds, NXP Semiconductors, Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), Sandelman Software Works, and Silicon Labs.

For this project, WISeKey is working with NIST to define recommended practices for performing trusted network-layer onboarding, which will aid in the implementation and use of trusted onboarding solutions for IoT devices at scale.

The WISeKey contributions to the project will be Trust Services for credentials and secure semiconductors to keep the credential secure. Specifically, WISeKey will offer INeS Certificate Management Service (CMS) for issuing credentials and VaultIC secure semiconductors to provide tamperproof key storage and cryptographic acceleration.

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Paul Watrobski, IT Security Specialist, NIST NCCoE said, “Secure deployment and maintenance of IoT devices throughout their lifecycle is a challenge for managing any home, small business, or enterprise network. Each use-case requires a low-friction, trusted, and repeatable mechanisms for issuing and validating credentials, and authenticating devices and networks. We are excited to collaborate with WISeKey to develop example solutions to establish and maintain secure devices and networks.”

Carlos Moreira, WISeKey’s CEO pointed out, “We are honored to have been selected as a collaborator in the Trusted IoT Device Network-Layer Onboarding and Lifecycle Management project. The secure identities, credentials, and storage that WISeKey will contribute for this project are key elements for the overall security of IoT devices. Additionally, these demonstrations will be important examples of best practices for IoT Security.”

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