Hype. There’s lot of it with the Internet of Things (IoT). Unlike virtual reality, self-driving cars and other hyped technologies, IoT hype is not going to fade away. By 2020, [...] Read More
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Host Identity Protocol (HIP), recognized by the IETF community, introduces verifiable trust within your networkDownload PDF
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Tempered Networks’ vision is to make provable host identities the cornerstone of all networking, creating secure, private, mobile, and nearly impenetrable networks for any organization.
As a result of cloud computing and the imperative of digital transformation, networking and security are increasingly interrelated. Security exploits and vulnerabilities are proliferating, so security strategies must adapt to provide intrinsic, pervasive network security. Tempered has responded to this need with identity-based network overlays that leverage the Host Identity Protocol (HIP) to provide network security based on the host identity itself rather than a spoofable IP address.
- Brad Casemore, director of research for datacenter networking, IDC
We are honored to be among the 2017 Security Today Govies award winners – a program highlighting outstanding government security products. Tempered Networks has been recognized within the Cyber Defense Solution award category for our Identity-Defined Network (IDN) platform. We are pleased to support and protect the unique needs of government organizations, to meet their specific regulations and security requirements. Winners were selected based on “features, innovation, user friendliness, interoperability, quality, design, market opportunity, and impact in the security industry, [...] Read More
Like visitors to a foreign island, once your passport is checked and cleared, you’re free to roam around the island, enjoying everything that is available. For the enterprise – far [...] Read More
Each year brings new and increasingly clever exploits, including wireless, supply chain, and social engineering techniques that can bypass many of today’s mainstream perimeter security controls for infrastructure systems. Trends [...] Read More