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Nuremberg, Germany. Swissbit will be exhibiting its PCIe family with focus on the N5200 SSD and its leading IOPS per watt ratio at embedded world 2024 in booth 1-543. Swissbit will also reveal the new iShield Key Pro featuring USB-C compatibility, alongside CmReady-certified memory cards aimed at optimizing license protection efficiency.
Zero-Trust, which has long been promoted as an alternative to classic network security concepts, sounds quite harsh. Yet it is by no means all about abolishing a trust-based corporate culture; rather, it is about a tangible cyber security concept. So, what is Zero Trust and how can it be achieved?
Westford, Massachusetts. Swissbit is now delivering a new family of SATA SSDs. Its X-73, X-75, and X-78 are run by an industrial 112-layer 3D NAND technology. The SSDs range from 40 GB up to 1.92 TB and include M.2 2242, M.2 2280, Slim SATA MO-297, and 2.5” form factors. The X-75 (2.5”) and X-75m2 2280 arrive with Swissbit’s powersafe PLP securing operations while avoiding drive corruption and loss of critical data.
Swissbit and lern.link GmbH have collaborated to boost security for cyber learning environments. The integrated FIDO2 standard enables secured user logins to the Moodle LMS platform utilizing multi-factor authentication (MFA). The Moodle plug-in for "multi-factor authentication" combines technology from the partnership for FIDO2/WebAuthn and is available to download at moodle.org/plugins/. Universities, schools, and businesses will now have phishing-resistant authentication through a hardware security key or FIDO stick.
Swissbit updated its Swissbit Device Manager (SBDM), a software tool for storage devices now able to initiate firmware updates and maturity analysis of Swissbit storage solutions for flexible testing and customization. The SBDM is designed to mitigate downtime with the ability to recognize when maintenance and service are required or soon will be.
BRONSCHHOFEN, SWITZERLAND. Swissbit is expanding its range of hardware security keys with the iShield Key Pro, which provides secure password-free, phishing-resistant authentication and protection of online accounts. Alongside FIDO2, the stick also supports HOTP (Hash-Based One-Time-Password) to enable automatic fallback to a compliant authentication method, enabling use in offline and remote access circumstances where FIDO2 is not available.
Embedded Computing Design's bi-annual Best-in-Show at electronica reviews solutions on display at the conference based on Design Excellence, Relative Performance, and Market Impact/Disruption.