Eseye and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have revealed what they are calling a breakthrough in Internet of Things (IoT) security: AnyNet Secure.
Eseye, a leading global cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity provider for IoT devices, saw the culmination of many months working with AWS at the global corporation’s Re:Invent convention in Las Vegas.
The new Eseye AnyNet Secure SIM was introduced as a new cellular connectivity solution which is integrated fully with the AWS Cloud management console and Cloud platform. This will allow IoT devices around the world to remotely and automatically authenticate devices as well as uploading data securely to the cloud without the need for manual configuration or security keys from third party manufacturers.
Julian Hardy, CEO at Eseye, said: “This new technology will ultimately allow more varied products to go to market, and to succeed by offering AWS customers the chance to take much of the cost, risk and time out of M2M IoT deployments.
“Collectively, we create a universal available service layer through which projects can be deployed at scale, in a more secure manner and a way that was previously impossible for customers. AnyNet Secure removes the need to make long-term sacrifices on security or go through a painstaking deployment process of manual intervention, one device at a time.”
Eseye is a Guildford-based cellular M2M connectivity provider for IoT devices. The company boasts customers in 160 countries and has partnerships with 440 mobile network operators.
The new ‘plug-and-play’ or ‘zero touch’ SIM is able to deliver ease-of-use installation due to the multi-IMSI technology embedded in the SIM.