Collaborators Connect Mission-Critical IIoT Systems

Mocana has partnered with Real-Time Innovations to provide an integrated solution to scale protected data communications without compromising reliability and performance for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems. RTI Connext DDS is a software framework that shares information in real-time, making IIoT applications work together as one, integrated system. Based on the Object Management Group Data Distribution Service (OMG DDS) standard, RTI Connext DDS is the reportedly the first connectivity framework designed for the demanding requirements of IIoT systems – low latency, high reliability, scalability and security. 

Mocana TrustPoint is an IoT endpoint security software platform for embedded systems. It includes a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic engine and software to make devices tamper-resistant while securing device storage, communications and applications. RTI’s integration with Mocana’s TrustCenter device security management platform enables users to automate, scale and gain control over the security lifecycle of their devices. Mocana TrustCenter enables zero-touch, automated device enrollment and in-field provisioning of credentials and authenticated updates on headless devices. 

Integrating RTI Connext DDS with Mocana TrustPoint and TrustCenter enables manufacturers and industrial operators to accelerate the development of high-performance, secure industrial control systems (ICS) and IoT devices while enabling compliance with stringent cybersecurity standards such as IEC 62443-3-3, NIST 800-53, NERC CIP 003-7, and U.S. FIPS 140-2. To learn more, visit the Mocana and RTI Connext DDS integration page.

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