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Machine to Machine
Communications

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TrustPoint provides the security tools and certificate infrastructure that enables secure Machine to Machine (M2M) applications

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Devices Safe

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Infrastructure

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The latest from our Blog…

Mark Elkins

A Novel Approach to Key Sharing – Connect With the Facts V2

Written by Mark Elkins on December 2, 2016

As keyless entry systems become ubiquitous, concerns about security are growing and gaining attention. Key sharing is one area that continues to present unique and significant challenges for car owners and manufacturers alike. …

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Sherry Shannon Vanstone

October Round Up of News That Proves Trust Is the Point

Written by Sherry Shannon Vanstone on November 22, 2016

October IoT Roundup: DDoS Predictions Fulfilled, We Look to Medical Devices Next …

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Security Where it Matters

We deliver reliability when solving security challenges in infrastructure ranging from remote oil and gas facilities to the next generation of collision-avoiding vehicles.

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Experts in
Machine to Machine
Security

The experts at TrustPoint are the recognized authorities on mobile security using Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) and have helped secure almost a billion smartphones, utility meters, and other consumer electronics.

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Designed for Machine to Machine Infrastructures

TrustPoint develops innovative security solutions for Machine to Machine applications including Wireless Broadband, Near Field Communications and Vehicle to Vehicle Communications.

We’re unique in providing both the security software development tools and a compatible managed certificate service for M2M applications. We ensure our customers get the highest standard of security in their devices with a compatible certificate management system. The TrustPoint team pioneered efficient security technology used in millions of smartphones, Smart Grid devices, and other embedded systems around the world today.