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Comparing the Security of Low-Power Wide-Area Network Technologies

Posted by Craig H on 2 May 2017

I was recently asked by the GSMA to undertake an independent study looking at the security of various LPWA (Low-Power Wide-Area) network technologies. I took on the project because I find it a very interesting topic; these types of network are targeted at IoT (Internet-of-Things) devices, an area I have been working on over the last couple of years with IoTUK and the IoT Security Foundation. One of the main challenges of the IoT space is in making trade-offs to accommodate low-power and low-cost devices, and security is one of the things that might be traded off.

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