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Java Card for the Internet of Things

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While device growth brings transformative effects to several industries and to people’s daily lives, it also induces an additional level of system complexity to the infrastructure that will handle device data.

In parallel, there is a strong imperative to be able to trust the data that gets acquired and acted on by IoT solutions. The effects of corrupted devices or data on systems that make instant, analytics-based decisions can have a severe cost. As a result, there is an increasing need for solutions that secure the source of data at the edge, creating end- to-end security up to the cloud.

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Secure Network Access and Communication

IoT device manufacturers deploy embedded SIM (eSIM) modules for consumer and M2M use cases to provide a reliable, robust and trusted access to the IoT ecosystem.

Find out how Java Card provides the perfect environment to securely store credentials

 
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Secure Gateway Authentication and Communication

Java Card-based secure elements are a prime choice for implementing gateway security.

Find out how Java Card ensures mutual device / cloud authentication

 

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Smart Metering & Smart Grid

Java Card products are widely used in metering scenarios to provide authentication and integrity services.

Find out how Java Card can protect metering security credentials

 

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Vehicle Communication Security

In a world of connected or even autonomously driving cars, privacy, integrity and confidentiality of the data exchanged must be paramount.

Find out how Java Card based solutions can help to protect and manage the identities of vehicles

 

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Secure IoT Cloud Edge

A secure element running Java Card can play a critical role to ensure trust between the cloud and connected device.

Find out how Java Card provides a secure local focal point for security policies

 

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Trusted Peripherals

The release of the Java Card 3.1 specification has helped to simplify the implementation of Trusted Peripheral use cases and will enable trust and the exchange of sensitive data at the very edge.

Find out how Java Card secures the “last yard” between devices and attached peripherals

 


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