Crypto Quantique CEO, Shahram Mossayebi, joins Hardware Pioneers panel to discuss “The Hardware Aspects of Security” in IoT networks

Hardware Pioneers MAX 2021, 10:50 am on Thursday, December 9th at The Business Design Centre (BDC) 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH

LONDON, November 17th, 2021 — Crypto Quantique, a specialist in quantum-driven cyber security for the internet of things (IoT), is joining Silicon Labs, Qoitech, and Device Authority in a panel discussion at the Hardware Pioneers MAX 2021 conference and exhibition on December 9th in London. The company CEO, Dr Shahram Mossayebi, joins a panel with three other security experts, including Steven Cooreman, the embedded software security lead from microcontroller manufacturer, Silicon Labs, to discuss “The Hardware Aspects of Security”. Crypto Quantique will also be exhibiting its silicon hardware IP, QDID, and its universal IoT security platform, QuarkLink, at booth 11 at the event.

Hardware Pioneers MAX 2021

QDID enables a root-of-trust to be generated within the silicon fabric of microcontrollers, rather than using more expensive and less secure key injection. This video explains how it works.

QuarkLink enables scalable provisioning, onboarding, and lifetime management of IoT devices without the need for specialist cryptographic knowledge. Its simplicity and ease of use is demonstrated in this video.

Commenting on the Hardware Pioneers event, Shahram Mossayebi said, “IoT security is now high on everyone’s agenda following several damaging, high profile cyberattacks in recent years. Hardware Pioneers has done a great job of helping to educate and inform the embedded engineering community in recent years and we’re pleased to play our part in helping engineers understand what’s needed to deliver scalable, economical, and secure IoT device connectivity across their networks.”

About Crypto Quantique

Crypto Quantique has created the world’s most secure end-to-end IoT security platform. At its heart is the world’s first quantum-driven semiconductor hardware IP, called QDID, that generates multiple, unique, unforgeable cryptographic keys for devices manufactured using standard CMOS processes. The keys do not need to be stored and can be used independently by multiple applications on demand. When combined with cryptographic APIs from the company’s universal IoT security platform, QuarkLink, the solution creates a secure bridge between silicon, device, software, and solutions provider.

The company, which is based in London, UK, was co-founded by Dr Shahram Mossayebi (CEO), an expert in cryptosystems, and Dr Patrick Camilleri (VP Research & Innovation), a semiconductor designer with significant experience in complex parallel computer systems.

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