Happiest Minds and Veridify partner to address security problems in IoT

Happiest Minds and Veridify partner to address security problems in IoT
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20 Oct, 2020

Shelton, Connecticut based Veridify Security, which provides solutions for securing and managing low resource devices at the edge of Internet of Things (IoT), on Tuesday announced Happiest Minds Technologies as its global systems integrator partner.

Happiest Minds works with enterprise customers to enable digital transformation services using data analytics, artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, IoT, cloud, security, blockchain and automation. 

Veridify and Happiest Minds will work on security solutions that will help customers accelerate time-to-market and lower IoT project deployment costs. Bengaluru based Happiest Minds will support customer delivery and implementation of Veridify’s security tools, as well as DOME – the company’s secure zero-touch onboarding, device ownership, management, and enrollment platform, according to a statement. 

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The initial security and DOME deployments will focus on IoT, industrial, automotive, and building automation applications. 

Veridify Security’s software-based tools and solutions address security for the smallest 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit connected processors, microcontroller (MCU), and (field programmable gate array) FPGAs.

With their combined expertise, the companies are aiming to help customers adopt fast, low-energy, and quantum-resistant security features like authentication, data protection, secure boot, and secure firmware/software OTA updates.

“Happiest Minds has been one of the early movers in recognizing the potential of IoT and the importance of ensuring the highest levels of security in the solutions we deliver. As the number of connected devices continues to grow, security risks associated with powerful as well as constrained devices need to be addressed,” Joseph Anantharaju, president and CEO – product engineering services, Happiest Minds Technologies said