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November 7, 2014

Intercede announces strategic cybersecurity collaboration group for connected vehicles

Group will investigate and define security best practices for connected vehicles, including how they communicate with each other, people and transport infrastructure London, UK – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today announced the formation of a strategic collaboration group with MIRA, the internationally renowned transportation engineering research and development Centre of Excellence, and Plextek Consulting, Read More

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November 5, 2014

Intercede shortlisted for Tech Innovation of the Year category at UKtech awards sponsored by PwC

Intercede recognised for outstanding success in commercialising new technologies London, UK – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today announced it has been shortlisted for the prestigious Tech Innovation of the Year Award in the annual UKtech awards. The UKtech awards is a showcase for innovative and high performing companies in the technology sector, celebrating their Read More

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October 25, 2014

Intercede provides law enforcement agencies with cost-effective digital identity management software

Reston, VA – Leading credential management expert Intercede today revealed how it is enabling major law enforcement agencies across the US and Europe to protect networks and mission critical data by verifying the identity of officers, citizens and machines accessing information. Using Intercede’s MyID software, agencies can issue and manage credentials that only allow trusted Read More

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Intercede in the media

November 17, 2014

Understanding the Internet of Things

In the excitement around the Internet of Things, far too little attention has been paid to the problems of having billions of connected devices; anything connecting to the Internet is potentially vulnerable to attack.

Netcomms Europe

November 11, 2014

Experts form group to explore cybersecurity for connected vehicles

The group will explore cybersecurity for connected vehicles, including investigating communication systems between vehicles, infrastructure, and people and explore how a secure connected environment can improve the efficiency of transport infrastructure, including interactions with advanced propulsion and the creation of co-operative vehicles.

Information Security Buzz

November 10, 2014

Security of connected cars to be explored by new group

The group said it will explore how the connected car ecosystem could improve how the transport network works, thanks to concepts such as advanced propulsion and creating “cooperative” vehicles.