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The 10 Hottest IoT Startups Of 2019

From Armis to Zededa, CRN looks at the 10 hottest startups of 2019 that are providing new ways to secure IoT devices and deploy applications at the edge, among other things.

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Ockam

CEO: Matthew Gregory

Ockam wants to make IoT hardware and software more secure by using blockchain technology and cryptography to create inherent trust between systems.

The San Francisco-based startup raised a $4.9 million seed round in June from a group of investors that includes Okta Ventures, the venture capital arm of identity management vendor Okta.

A key aspect to Ockam's approach is the use of "cryptographically provable, decentralized identifiers" that are assigned to each device. The startup then uses a blockchain-based registry for discovering public keys as well as protocols, endpoints and other device metadata.

 
 
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