Sectigo releases updated IoT Manager


Sectigo has released new advancements its IoT Manager, the company’s IoT Security and Identity Management Platform. The advancements include PKI Client software development kit (SDK) and the Secure Boot SDK.

The IoT security platform was developed for the protection of enterprise infrastructures.

Per the company, the platform provides end-to-end security for every class od connected devices from the manufacturing point through its entire lifecycle.

Further, IoT Manager leverages the infrastructure to issue public certificates.

Other advancements per a company press release included:

Multi-vendor Ecosystem Support
Sectigo EST PKI Client – A new client using the Enrollment over Secure Transport (EST) cryptographic protocol for PKI enables automated use of EST for customers using Sectigo Certificate Manager.
Embedded Firewall SDK including support for Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY RTOS microkernel architecture, designed for critical embedded systems that demand proven separation, security, and real-time determinism.
Secure Boot NetObjex Integration –Secure Boot SDK has been integrated with the NetObjex PiQube IoT development platform, providing manufacturers using the NetObjex platform with secure boot functionality, thereby ensuring authenticity of the firmware on their devices.

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