How to secure IoT devices

French company Legrand, which recently acquired U.S.-based Wattstopper, a commercial lighting controls and building systems company, has been working with CableLabs subsidiary Kyrio and security design partner Microchip on Internet of Things (IoT) security. Manufacturing is underway, and products utilizing the embedded Kyrio/Microchip digital PKI certificates are expected to roll out later this summer.

The three companies released a white paper last week with the intent of explaining the technology used, but also to further the idea that IoT issues need to be dealt with not as security, but as logistical problems.

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For manufacturers and service providers, Kyrio accelerates and deploys new network innovations into the ecosystem. Backed by the power of CableLabs, Kyrio sets technology on a path to commercialization, enabling not just today but tomorrow’s communication.

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