Kyrio, a provider of device security and testing solutions for network technology services, has announced it has been named the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Management Authority for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), a Internet of Things standards body, the company said.
As the PKI Management Authority, Kyrio will support the adoption and enforcement of PKI security standards across OCF member organizations.
Kyrio, a provider of device #security and testing solutions for network technology services has announced it has been named the Public Key Infrastructure Management Authority for the Open Connectivity Foundation, a #IoT standards body.
With billions of connected devices — including appliances, smartphones, computers, cars and industrial equipment — anticipated by 2020, Kyrio´s role as the PKI Management Authority for the OCF will be to manage the implementation of PKI security.
A subsidiary of CableLabs, Kyrio is experienced in providing security solutions and specifications for large, multi-vendor networks and industry ecosystems to service the entire OCF ecosystem. An expert at designing, governing and managing large PKI ecosystems to ensure device identity and access control for networks supporting millions of connected devices, Kyrio has also been chosen as a Registration Authority provider with Comodo CA as the certificate authority to provide the digital keys to the OCF´s qualifying members.
Kyrio, a subsidiary of CableLabs, is the trusted and secure source for everything networkable. With a mission to enable the future of communications across all industries, Kyrio ensures reliability, trust and scale so its customers can build stronger networks and embark on groundbreaking marketplaces with confidence. From physical infrastructures to digital connections, Kyrio provides technology solutions for safer, better and faster ways to network, so businesses and their customers can thrive. Learn more about Kyrio by visiting https://www.kyrio.com.