"The solution for the future is moving from a centralized system
into one where the security is in the objects that realize they’re being attacked."


Carlos Moreira,
Chairman, Chief Executive and Founder,
WISeKey


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Davos 2017

5th Annual Cybersecurity Roundtable

Blockchain & The Internet of Value

Carlos Moreira presenting cybersecurity at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities

Carlos Moreira presenting cybersecurity at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities
Carlos Moreira presenting cybersecurity at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities
Carlos Moreira presenting at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities london
Carlos Moreira presenting at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities london
Carlos Moreira presenting at the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities london

Media of Davos 2016

La cybersécurité, du mobile à l'internet des objets


"The SmartCity Trusted Platform secured by WISekey"

Securing people , objects, things and transactions via a trusted IoT platform

Wiseauthentic

This solution allows manufacturers to build devices that guarantee their authenticity through strong authentication provided by WISeKey combined with OISTE.ORG Trust Model allowing objects on the Internet to be authenticated and monitored real-time.

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Wisecurity

A set of technologies and tools developed by WISeKey to protect your online communications & data with personal, corporate and server (SSL) digital certificates. Protect corporate data with trusted archiving, invoicing & more.

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WiseId

The WISeID Cloud app is a set of online tools to empower the user by providing secure, authenticated, and private digital identification. WISeID’s upcoming version 5 provides secure personal cloud storage of identity and data in WISeKey’s Swiss Cloud storage and enables users to protect and sync their data and passwords across their personal devices.

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"We’re thrilled to include WISeKey and their unique security solutions
as part of our Microsoft CityNext partner ecosystem"


Steve Jenkins,
Senior Director Government Partners,
Microsoft Worldwide Public Sector


Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities


London’s population is projected to grow from 8.3 million in 2013 to 10 million in 2036*. Increasing strain on infrastructure, extended life expectancy, a shifting global economy and a future threat of jobs being made redundant by technology means we need some seriously smart solutions for our ever growing cities.


Taking place during London Tech Week, the Bloomberg Technology Conference: Smarter Cities will bring together city strategists, business leaders and policy makers for a discussion around cutting edge technologies with a unique focus on the intersection of health, sustainability, energy and transport....
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Carlos Moreira presenting CyberSecurity for IoT during the 2015 New York Investment Summit

The reason for these costs is simple: The World Wide Web, which sits atop the Internet, was designed as a way to interconnect users, not for transactions, Mr. Moreira said
But now the Internet is becoming a utility, not just a network. It’s no longer a connection; it has become something disruptive that has implications for health, education, government and finance. Mr. Moreira noted that the Internet of Things is adding another dimension of complexity to the system.
We already have 6 billion devices connected to the Internet — not just mobile phones, but alarm systems, watches and all the elements used to collect information — and by 2020, more than 50 billion devices will be connected. In fact, General Electric just announced that all GE products are going to be connected to the Internet. He said.
But all these additions are connecting to an “unsecure facility,” Mr. Moreira warned
We are helping banks to get secure. We are helping governments to get secure, but the underlying structure is not secure he said, pointing out that no one country regulates the Internet, making the imposition of security practices or standards difficult.
Hacking is now a well-organized industry Mr. Moreira said
And there are countries that are developing hacking codes. So complexity is there and will only increase.

Securing e-Government services and its unique Trust Platform and ID portability capability

Part of the solution to be delivered by WISeKey is a new generation semantic validation system which leverages the Web 2.0 functionalities and Web 3.0 interactions.

WISeKey Deploying large Scale IoT Digital Identities for Wearables with WISeID NFCTrusted(c) Technology


WISeKey SA, a Swiss based leading information security and identity Management Company, today announced that is currently deploying large scale IoT digital identities for wearables using its Trusted near Field Communications (NFC) technology. This trusted technology integrates wearable technology with secure authentication and identification, in both physical and virtual environments, and empowers wearable devices such as smart watches, bands, ear-pods, jewelry, eyeglasses, contact lenses, etc. to become transactional devices ...

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United States Patent


A method for digital certification of authenticity of a physical object, and corresponding computer program and storage device, as well as to the use of the method for digital certification of authenticity of a physical object of value. The method includes the steps of issuing a storage device including a digital certificate of authenticity including encrypted information reflecting at least one characteristic unique to the physical object, checking, whenever required, the validity of the digital certificate of authenticity by use of a network computer, the network computer cooperating with the storage device and a validating or a certifying authority so as to output sensibly in real time the status of validity of the digital certificate of authenticity, and modifying the status of validity of the digital certificate of authenticity, whenever required.

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Microsoft Corp and WISeKey Win EUR17.4 Million e-Government Citizen Services Platform (CSP) Project


Microsoft Corp. and WISeKey were selected by the Regional Government of Biscay for the delivery of a comprehensive e-Government Citizen Services Platform. This EUR17.4 million project includes a leading-edge identity federation that enables the establishment of customized citizen portals adapted to the needs and the interests of each citizen in a real Web 2.0 environment.

According to Mr. Jose Luis Bilbao, Deputy General of Bizkaia, Spain "BiscayTIK shall allow our citizens to benefit from leading edge services that propel our region into the 21st century at the forefront of social and economic development, with support of first class partners such as Microsoft and WISeKey, fully committed to joining us in developing our world class technology center".

Microsoft has long recognized the responsibility to enable access to technology in ways that help people realize their full potential," Michel Van der Bel Vice President Public Sector of Microsoft International said. "We are working closely with partners like WISeKey with governments around the world on progressing technology policy issues and providing technology solutions that address the unique IT needs of governments, educators and non-profit organization."

WISeKey's long experience in securing e-Government services and its unique Trust Platform and ID portability capability are a major asset for deployment of the CSPs around the world" said Carlos Moreira, Founder and CEO of WISeKey. WISeKey has a major development center in Bizkaia and recruits local experts and will use this location as a leading center of excellence.

Part of the solution to be delivered by WISeKey is a new generation semantic validation system which leverages the Web 2.0 functionalities and Web 3.0 interactions.

Full article at http://www.wisekey.com/csp/biscaytik.htm

Part of the solution to be delivered by WISeKey is a new generation semantic validation system which leverages the Web 2.0 functionalities and Web 3.0 interactions.