Security Mgt a Focus of Mocana’s TrustCenter

Friday, April 13, 2018 @ 05:04 PM gHale

Mocana Corporation launched its Mocana TrustCenter, a services platform that provides a system to manage security across the lifecycle of IoT devices and industrial control systems (ICS).

Developed for manufacturers and operators of IoT devices and industrial equipment, Mocana TrustCenter looks to ensure supply chain integrity, offers full management of cybersecurity across the entire IoT device security lifecycle – embedded systems and software development, manufacturing, device enrollment, and secure firmware updates. The new services platform complements Mocana’s TrustPoint IoT endpoint security software that protects more than 100 million devices today.

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“Traditional IT and OT security approaches are not enough to defend against the sophisticated threats from hackers and state actors,” said William Diotte, Mocana chief executive. “With escalating cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and IoT, it’s imperative that industrial companies implement stronger controls in their automation and control equipment. Mocana TrustCenter and TrustPoint make it easier to implement strong security into devices by automating the lifecycle of cybersecurity for a device.”

Mocana’s TrustCenter automated services platform can be deployed on bare metal, private cloud, or public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and ensures the trustworthiness of the device and the data from end-to-end. Mocana TrustCenter’s automated approach reduces the time it takes to install secure credentials on a device from minutes to seconds. The platform automates secure device onboarding, enrollment and over-the-air (OTA) updates for IoT and ICS.

Mocana’s TrustCenter has been integrated with the Intel Secure Device Onboard (Intel SDO) service to reduce the time it takes to automate provisioning of secure credentials onto devices based on Intel Enhanced Privacy ID (Intel EPID) identity built into the silicon.



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