July 2021 Newsletter

Digitally Secure the Physical World
Protect patients. Safeguard critical network infrastructure. Preserve the world’s musical memories. Security today is deep in the digital transformation.

IoT Use Case: Capacitive Sensing Syringes

IoT Use Case: Capacitive Sensing Syringes

According to the WHO, inaccurate medication-related incidents cause at least one death a day and harm about 1.3 million people every year in the U.S. alone. Medication errors cost $42 billion globally, equating to about 1% of total expenditure on healthcare. Patient compliance monitoring solutions, like capacitive sensing syringes powered by near field communication (NFC) technology, support the WHO’s five-year program to halve the number of incidents leading to severe, preventable medication-associated damage.
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Trend Watch: Passwordless Cybersecurity

Trend Watch: Passwordless Cybersecurity

U.S. President Biden’s new Executive Order necessitates agencies to adopt multi-factor authentication (MFA) and encryption for data at rest and in transit to the maximum extent possible. These changes are key elements of a paradigm shift from a previously federated, decentralized, and reactive cybersecurity basis, to a consolidated, centralized, and proactive approach. Learn how passwordless cybersecurity can protect critical network infrastructure and data.
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The World’s Most Secure Buildings: Global Music Vault

The World’s Most Secure Buildings: Global Music Vault

Music is fundamental to humankind. What if the world’s musical history could be safely stored forever deep inside a mountain, far beneath the snow, on a remote island north of Norway? The Global Music Vault project in the Arctic Circle is one of the world’s newest, most secure buildings. Designed to withstand natural and manmade disasters in the safest location on earth, data stored in this doomsday vault is expected to last for centuries.
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Identiv in the Wild

In the Wild

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