CUPERTINO, CA, USA -- StrongKey is pleased to announce that it has joined the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA), the leading global organization focused on developing, evolving and promoting universal open standards for the Internet of Things (IoT).
StrongKey will bring over two decades of experience in Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and other data security solutions to the CSA community and will work together to develop and promote stronger security in the IoT ecosystem. Since 2001, StrongKey has been solving the most difficult data security problems for some of the most critical industries: banking, biotechnology, defense, and many others. Our customers include three of the ten largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, multiple central banks, national telecommunication companies, and Fortune 500 companies. StrongKey's solutions are used to address cybersecurity and regulatory requirements including GDPR, PCI-DSS, PSD2 and others.
"StrongKey is pleased to be a part of the CSA and to support these initiatives," says CTO Arshad Noor. "Our 21 plus years focusing on delivering public-key cryptography based solutions all over the world brings significant knowledge and experience to this ecosystem. We look forward to working with the CSA and its members to deliver on the long-awaited promise of IoT."
While the CSA and Matter standards represent some of StrongKey's most recent efforts, the company maintains its commitment to improve access to the highest levels of security across all industries. StrongKey has been a long-time member of the FIDO Alliance, the industry association focused on replacing passwords with stronger authentication schemes. StrongKey's FIDO solutions will be capable of working in conjunction with its PKI for IoT solutions.