IoT devices are easy targets for hacking and targeted malware. When exposed to these attacks,
IoT devices are prone to large-scale information leakage or accidents.
Weak and predictable passwords
Most IoT devices come with a password set in advance when shipped from the factory,
leaving some users easily exposed to risk as a result of not updating the password.
Even if you change your password, this static code becomes an easy game for hackers.
Unsecured network services
Devices connected to networks communicate continuously amongst themselves using various wireless
communication protocols. Such communication guarantees the response of IoT applications,
but if it becomes infected by malicious code or hijacked by a low-security wireless protocol, this poses real cause for concern.
Numerous IoTs, such as radio-controlled aircraft, radio-controlled cars, and industrial drones, have the potential of being hijacked.
Improper data transmission
The onboard chip used for communication between the telemetry module and the unmanned device mainly uses a low-security
wireless protocol. So any sophisticated hacker who can reverse engineer the software on an unmanned device can send
navigation controls, block all commands from real operators, or even crash them.
IoT security strategies should reduce vulnerabilities by using policies such as device identity management, encryption,
and access control. swIDch provides a safe IoT communication environment by making it impossible to hack and take control of
a device through a random code that changes every time in connection and commands.
- Provide unidirectional code generated by the client without communication with the server
- Generate a dynamic code that changes every time and is safe from hacking and leakage
- Block attacks in advance with one-time code that does not allow cloning and spoofing attacks
- Protect devices by issuing a unique code that never overlaps with other connected devices
swIDch enables user and device identification by simply passing the OTAC generated
by the user or drones to the authentication server without the help of the server. By searching and verifying commands that change
by virtual code for each order, it is possible to prevent the takeover of control in advance.
User command receiver
OTAC Virtual code generator
Detailed code generation unit
Detailed code generation unit
Command search section
OTAC Virtual code authentication unit
Control decision unit
It searches for and verifies commands that change by virtual code for each command to prevent the taking of control.
Users can easily identify themselves by calling the
one-time authentication code of swIDch, which changes every time, anytime, anywhere, to the AI speaker.
It is possible to expand the AI speaker technology and ecosystem based on safe authentication from pairing with
IoT devices such as vacuum cleaners, televisions,
refrigerators, and shopping to payment.
that provides all of the following features, tested and substantiated
by the University of Surrey technical report
Sufficient to IDENTIFY user
that does NOT duplicate
in off-the-network environment