"Computer science research and development firm Galois, mobile ticketing firm GlobeSherpa and smart home startup IOTAS are teaming up on a project funded by the federal National Institutes of Standards and Technology. The effort could lay the groundwork for Internet of Things applications that will be secure and protect privacy.
Galois, through its mobile security subsidiary Tozny, is the lead on the two-year project. So far, the government has committed $1.86 million to the first year of work.
Monday, November 9, 2015
Interview: Portland Business Journal covers Tozny's NSTIC project
The Portland Business Journal discusses Tozny's new NSTIC project in an article by Malia Spencer.
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