Jul 26, 2017
Steven Sprague, CEO of Rivetz, discusses how his company leverages
the hardware security already in your electronic device's
microchips to create a secure environment that is isolated from its
Currently, microchips in Android devices have the ability to store and process code directly in processor security, independent of your device's operating system. More secure than 2-factor authentication, it allows for blockchain security keys to be held directly in your device's hardware, and cannot be stolen through malware or copying a device's phone number. Once this technology is made available to third-party app developers, it will create device-specific access to bank accounts, cars, smart-home technologies, hotel rooms, and more that can be easily locked or deactivated if those devices are lost or stolen.