In the news: IoT Security Bill Possibly hard to enforce

Julia Cline Auto, Industrial, Medical, News

Rubicon Lab’s Chief Product Office Rod Schultz is highlighted in Dark Reading‘s  article discussing the impact of the new IoT Security bill being discussed in congress.   Proposed IoT Security Bill Well-Intentioned But Likely Hard To Enforce by Jai Vijayan Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017 proposes minimum set …

In the news: The US Congress addresses IoT security

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Rubicon is highlighted in Computer Weekly for how the US congress is starting to address the incredible  security risk the billions of unsecured IoT devices are posing.   US plans IoT security legislation, but UK unlikely to follow by Warwick Ashford US Republican and Democrat senators have proposed legislation seeking to address …

Rubicon Labs Showcases IoT Identity Platform at Internet of Things World in Santa Clara, CA

Julia Cline Auto, Cloud, Industrial, Medical, News, Payments, Smart Buildings, Uncategorized

Product Demonstration to Highlight Rubicon’s Cloud-to-Device Identity Platform for Authenticating Devices and Providing Policy Enforcement and IoT Services to Industrial, Smart Buildings/Cities, Healthcare, and Agricultural Markets May 11, 2017 – SAN FRANCISCO –  Rubicon Labs, a cybersecurity company providing secure identity for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, today announced it …

In the news: IoT security companies take on device discovery, authentication

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Rubicon is highlighted in IoT Agenda:TechTarget for its ability to provide a cloud-based key provisioning platform to secure IoT devices. IoT security companies take on device discovery, authentication by Linda Rosencrance There are multiple facets to ensuring a safe connected environment; here’s how three IoT security companies are facing device …

Beyond Semiconductor partners with Rubicon Labs to deliver full stack solution for cryptographically secure execution processor

Julia Cline Auto, Cloud, News, Payments, Smart Buildings

Ljubljana, Slovenia – January 17, 2017 – Beyond Semiconductor today announced a strategic collaboration with Rubicon Labs. Developed over the past three years, the partnership combines Rubicon Labs’ cloud based device identity and security platform with Beyond Semiconductor’s processor and secure system-wide design competence to deliver security and identity for …

Expert Q&A: The state of cyber security from an expert on the front lines of research

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Rubicon Labs Q&A Series* Karl Levitt, a leading cybersecurity researcher, Professor of Computer Science at the University of California at Davis, and National Science Foundation program manager responsible for computer security and research (2005-2009) speaks out on why IoT security is “scary”, how attacks on connected thermostats could impact the power grid, and …

Rubicon Labs Premieres Breakthrough IoT Secure Identity Platform With Demos in Boston and Barcelona

Julia Cline Auto, News, Payments, Smart Buildings

New Cloud-to-Device Authentication Delivers the Scale, Economics, Efficiency for New IoT Services and Business Models in Industrial, Smart Buildings/Cities, Automotive, Payments, Healthcare Markets OCTOBER 18, 2016 – SAN FRANCISCO and BOSTON, MASS. –  Rubicon Labs, a cybersecurity company providing secure identity for IoT devices, will unveil the industry’s first true …

In the press: VW opens new cybersecurity joint venture

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VW is partnering with a team of former Israeli intelligence officials to start a new automotive cybersecurity company. SC Magazine quoted Rubicon Labs’ Rod Schultz, VP Product was quoted in the article.   VW launches cybersecurity joint venture as House members examine threats facing auto industry Jeremy Seth Davis, Senior Reporter …

In the press: Rubicon Labs automotive solution highlighted in eWeek

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Rubicon Labs automotive solution providing identity and protecting ECUs on the CAN bus was highlighted in eWeek article “Researchers, Auto Makers See No Quick Path to Secure Car and Networks”.     Researchers, Auto Makers See No Quick Path to Secure Car Networks By Robert Lemos The automobile industry has …