Global domain experts in device security, embedded systems, and lifecycle management.

Secure Thingz, Inc. is the global domain expert in device security, embedded systems, and lifecycle management. Since 2018, the company is part of IAR Systems, the future-proof supplier and software tools for embedded development. Secure Thingz is focused on delivering advanced security solutions into the emerging industrial Internet of Things, critical infrastructure, automotive and other markets. The Secure Deploy™ architecture has been developed to solve the major security issues challenging the IoT.

Secure Thingz solutions ensure a cost-efficient root of trust in low-cost microcontrollers to deliver a core set of critical services through the product lifecycle, alongside secure deployment, production and update infrastructure. Secure Thingz is a founding member and Executive Board member of the Internet of Things Security Foundation (, the leading global organization for IoT Security.

Security for connected devices is more important than ever. The threats are real – incidents of attacks, counterfeiting and cloning are growing, and governments are getting involved with legislation and policies. The ramifications could break companies, if they are not prepared.

Secure Thingz, and our sister company IAR Systems, share a vision for helping our customers secure intellectual assets, accelerate trustworthy product delivery and make security a benefit instead of a cost. We believe that IoT security needs to be straightforward, scalable and sustainable, and that security must be integrated from inception, because adding security late in the development process rarely works.

Threats will not stop, so we are working together to make superior security available for all in order to build a secure and sustainable future for connected devices. Beyond protecting intellectual assets, we want to enable our customers to make security the bedrock of value across the enterprise.

In the end, we will have transformed an entire industry.

IoT security is more than just device protection: It’s about brand and reputation too