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LoRaWAN® SECURITY

Securing an Internet of Things (IoT) deployment and keeping it safe and secure is not only a matter of choosing the right communication protocol, it also requires utilizing implementation best practices and adhering to industry security standards. The LoRa Alliance has always kept security front and center in its development of the LoRaWAN specification, which has been designed from the outset with security as an essential aspect, providing state-of-the-art security properties that meet the needs of highly scalable low-power IoT networks. 

For questions about security, please contact security@lora-alliance.org

LoRaWAN Is Secure (but Implementation Matters)

by the LoRa Alliance Technical Committee

Security is a key feature of LoRaWAN. Learn how LoRaWAN is innately secure any why how you implement the protocol is important in the following article: 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about LoRaWAN Security? Click here to see the 15 most commonly asked questions about LoRaWAN Security and answers straight from the experts.

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WEBINAR: LoRaWAN - Providing Secure and Reliable Connectivity

The LoRa Alliance designed extensive security features and encryption into the LoRaWAN specification from the very beginning and continuously works to maintain this secure platform. LoRaWAN security design uses several principles to enable the connection of leading applications, including standardization, well-vetted algorithms and end-to-end encryption.
Join Semtech and Actility of the LoRa Alliance for an in-depth webinar on LoRaWAN-based connectivity for secure and reliable applications. This webinar is moderated by The Things Industries. 
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Common Mistakes & Easy Fixes

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LoRaWAN® Security Whitepaper

This whitepaper explains why Security is such an important aspect of the LoRaWAN specification. 

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Member Whitepaper: End to End Secure LoRaWAN®

Contributed by Tony Rosati – ESCRYPT (a Bosch Company) and Erik Wood – Cypress Semiconductor Corp

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Questions about LoRaWAN Security?

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