Zipit, a provider of business and technology solutions for the Internet of Things, announced recently that the Zipit IoT Platform has been awarded a 2017 IoT Security Excellence Award from IoT Evolution magazine, a leading industry publication covering IoT technologies. The award honors organizations delivering software or hardware solutions which enable the advancement of security in the Internet of Things.
Zipit’s IoT Platform, which is designed to provide secure Internet connectivity and device management capabilities such as device authentication, device monitoring & diagnostics, and secure over-the-air firmware upgrades, has been a key component of various commercialized IoT applications and devices. For over a decade, Zipit’s IoT Platform has been used in healthcare, consumer electronics, smart home and other markets.
“Our team’s extensive background in securing and managing IoT devices in both consumer and commercial spaces has allowed us to create a platform that delivers on the value proposition of the Internet of Things with no compromise in security or reliability,” said Frank Greer, CEO, Zipit. “Zipit’s platform has been proven in some of the industry’s most security sensitive applications such as healthcare and the Federal Government. It is an honor to be recognized with this award.”
Zipit’s technology has been vetted for enterprise use by the Department of Defense, the FDA, and many of the country’s leading healthcare and commercial organizations.
In addition, the company’s expertise in devices, connectivity and cloud infrastructure has enabled Zipit to provide the holistic security & device management capabilities necessary for more adequately addressing the challenge of securing and managing enterprise IoT deployments.
“The solutions selected for the IoT Security Excellence Award reflect innovation driving the fast-growing Internet of Things marketplace. It is my honor to congratulate Zipit for their work and important contribution to this rapidly changing industry,” said Carl Ford, CEO, Crossfire Media, a co-publisher of IoT Evolution Magazine.
Edited by Ken Briodagh