Smart grid transmission and distribution nodes need secure two-way communications.
Learn about trusted ecosystems and mutual authentication, how device identities function, and provisioning device identities within complex IoT environments throughout their lifecycle.
IoT-enabled products like smart meters, home IoT sensors, and home gateways make the smart grid more efficient and sustainable. But these IoT devices can serve as entry points for attacks that can steal sensitive data, transmit false information, and even take control of a device’s functionality. How can you make sure that the data streams are protected from edge to cloud?
Assessing a smart grid deployment early is the best way to stay ahead of potential threats. The foundation of a trusted IoT ecosystem begins with embedding secure identities into each device.
Intertrust PKI (public key infrastructure) is a trusted framework for delivering and managing cryptographically secure device identities to meet critical IoT security needs around authentication, encryption, and code signing.
The foundation of a trusted IoT ecosystem begins with embedding secure identities into each device. Intertrust offers energy and utility companies a cost-effective PKI system that can deliver complex device identities at current and future demand-levels.
One of the world’s largest automakers chose Intertrust to create a trusted data exchange ecosystem for managing its workflows. The Platform doubles as a secure environment that enables collaboration with third-party firms needing to use the automaker’s internal data to develop applications.