Next Level Security
Take advantage of the mobile networks inbuilt securities and encryption. NB IoT Smart Access is controlled by a number of layers of security implemented throughout the system.
Connected access control systems must have the best security - only NB IoT can deliver
Military grade 256 bit encryption is running on all the vertical layers between software and hardware, plus 2048 bit NB IoT chipset encryption.
NB IoT is only licenced IoT machine communication technology globally
All other machine to machine communication technologies are unlicensed, unregulated, uncontrolled and insecure.
Mobile Network Security
NB IoT operates on the telco's mobile networks, and they've spent over 20 years and billions of dollars perfecting their network security
Security features inbuilt in our system
Mobile network security
NB IoT is part of the mobile network, fully managed with standardized security to guarantee the credential and integrity of all data running through it
HTTP military encryption
All communications are running on HTTPs military grade encryption between all the vertical applications including software and hardware
The NB IoT module chipset included in our NB IoT smart locks applies 2048 bit RSA encryption
3GPP Security Protocols
NB IoT has passed security protocols as outlined by 3GPP, the organisation responsible for managing the mobile network
IPSEC security layer
Between the telco's mobile network, and the IoT device management platform a layer of Internet Protocol Security (IPSEC) is provided.
The Telecommunication company provides a dedicated VPN for further security and reliability.
Telco's NB IoT guarantee
Authorised devices only
Telco's guarantee that the device that sends data to the cloud is authorized and no one has replaced it with another.
No communications observers
Telco's guarantee that a communications observer cannot understand the messages and only the cloud with the decryption keys can retrieve the messages.
Telco's guarantee that no one has altered the message that the IoT device sends to the cloud.
Other lock technology hacked
Mag-stripe keycard locks hacked
Back in 2012, over 4 million magnetic stripe locks in hotel rooms, were shown to be hackable, and easily opened with a device that costs less than $20.