Hi! We are currently seeking an additional senior C/C++ developer for our team. Ideally, our best candidates will have 5+ years of experience coding C/C++. Experience at the systems level, working with networking protocols, working with cryptography, and an affinity for open source are useful but not necessary. This is a position where you will primarily work at home, with occasional travel to team meetings, trade events, and customers. With the right skill set, we are open to you working anywhere, but we prefer those who reside in Montana, Seattle, and Portland, because we already have clusters of people working in those locations.
If you are interested, please email your resume to email@example.com.
As a lightweight, embedded SSL library, wolfSSL has been used to secure many smart home devices such as lighting, garage doors, washers and dryers, thermostats, as well as a variety of other appliances. Security may not be the first thought when developing a smart home device, but there remains the risk of an attacker gaining access to a wirelessly connected thermostat that has complete control of a home’s heating and cooling system. This could be detrimental to the utility bill, plumbing, and even pets left in the house susceptible to extreme temperatures. Imagine going on vacation during frigid weather and the home’s heating is disabled. This could cause frozen and potentially bursting pipes, which in turn could lead to flooding, costing thousands of dollars in repairs. wolfSSL is designed specifically to prevent these issues. Devices secured with wolfSSL give homeowners a necessary comfort knowing their home is resistant to wireless intruders and other security threats.
For more information on how wolfSSL can be used to secure a smart thermostat or other connected home devices, feel free to visit our website at wolfssl.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As day two of CES progressed, we were able to visit many more interesting booths – including the Audi booth. Audi demonstrated a self driving car this year, a new Virtual Cockpit rear-seat navigation display, and a smart watch in coordination with LG that can control parts of the vehicle.
As connected cars evolve, securing the data transferring between the internal car systems, external servers, and mobile devices is critical. wolfSSL is used in several of today’s smart car systems, using SSL/TLS and cryptography to secure and authenticate data. If you are interested in using wolfSSL in a connected car system, feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions.
CES 2015: http://www.cesweb.org/
Hi! This note is to announce that we will be FIPS 140-2 validating our cryptography library, wolfCrypt, on the FreeRTOS platform. If you need FIPS validated crypto on FreeRTOS, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we explore CES 2015, we’ve been seeing lots of new and exciting smart appliances on the floor. In total, the CES Exhibitor list for the “Smart Home” section totals 61 exhibitors. As we come across new devices, we’re planning on posting up our photos to the wolfSSL blog and Facebook page. The above photos show Whirlpool’s new smart washer and dryer, and wolfSSL’s Mark Minnoch in front of the Withhings booth.
See below for more photos from Bosch, Whirlpool, Withings, and more. And stay tuned for additional posts as CES continues.
The CyaSSL lightweight SSL/TLS library is used to secure several of today’s smart appliances. Backed by a team focused on keeping up to date on the most current security standards, TLS protocols, and algorithms, and focused on minimizing resource usage, CyaSSL is the perfect fit for securing connected smart appliances and smart home devices. To learn more about CyaSSL, visit the product page, or contact us at email@example.com.
CES 2015: http://www.cesweb.org/
For those of you who have been following our FIPS progress, we are now in the “Review Pending” phase. See: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/STM/cmvp/documents/140-1/140InProcess.pdf