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Device Authority Expands Partnerships with GE Digital and AT&T
Device Authority Expands Partnerships with GE Digital and AT&T
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Device Authority Expands Partnerships with GE Digital and AT&T, and Joins DigiCert to Demonstrate IoT Device Provisioning at RSA -- See Device Authority in action at the RSA Conference this week - Booth S633

Device Authority, a global leader in policy and device-driven security automation for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announces its attendance at the RSA Conference and the expansion of its partner network.

This week Device Authority is at the RSA conference in San Francisco with DigiCert, which recently revealed their digital certificate auto-provisioning for IoT devices, powered by Device Authority’s breakthrough technology. Demonstrations will be shown at DigiCert’s booth S633 throughout the show.

This announcement coincides with Device Authority joining two leading partner programs in North America, led by GE Digital and AT&T. The GE Digital Alliance Program is dedicated to growing the digital industrial ecosystem, connecting systems integrators, telecommunications service providers, independent software vendors, technology providers and resellers with the technology and digital industrial expertise of GE. Similarly, the AT&T IoT Partner Program provides a framework for positioning qualified IoT foundational providers in the AT&T Internet of Things ecosystem.

Device Authority has joined these partner programs as they are both creating value added partner ecosystems to deliver robust IoT solutions that bridge the IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operational Technology) convergence and deliver exceptional time to value. These alliances will support Device Authority’s position with customers using GE’s and AT&T’s platforms.

“We continue to see traction within the North American market, with the adoption of the IoT growing rapidly and the acceptance of the need for strong security,” said Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority. “Our partners and alliances are important for delivering comprehensive solutions as no one can do this alone. We look forward to working with GE Digital and AT&T, and believe our unique technology provides added value for their customers.”

Technology innovator, Rao Cherukuri who recently joined the Device Authority team as Chief Product Officer will be at RSA. A video showing automated certificate provisioning for IoT devices can be seen on the Device Authority website.

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