Squire achieve SBD Secure Connected Device accreditation for multiple products
Squire have become one of the first companies to achieve the Secured by Design (SBD) Secure Connected Device accreditation, with three of their products achieving the required standard for both their physical and cyber security attributes.
The Squire name has been at the forefront of lock making since 1780 with a great British history carried down through eight generations. Combining heritage with innovation, Squire is widely recognised for making the toughest locks in the world, including advanced lock designs for homes, businesses, leisure, bicycle and motorcycle markets.
A wide range of Squire’s products have achieved the Police Preferred Specification including bicycle security products, garage door protectors and vehicular roller shutter doors, locks and hardware, safes and secure enclosures and motorcycle security. Squire’s inigma™ Diamond BL1 D Lock, Inigma FL1 Folding Lock & Inigma IC1 Integrated Chain Lock have now achieved the SBD Secure Connected Device accreditation.
The inigma™ Diamond BL1 D Lock is a super-secure digital D-lock, delivering innovative technology with uncompromising toughness. A smartphone operated D-lock, it pairs with iOS and Android devices and offers keyless locking via the inigma app, with maximum-security military grade AES-256 bit encryption and Sold Secure Diamond Bicycle accreditation.
The Inigma FL1 Folding Lock is a smartphone operated folding bicycle lock. Offering super secure electronic security encrypted to AES-256 bit encryption, it pairs with iOS and Android devices. With a total length of 800mm, the lightweight aluminium lock body with hardened steel casing is Sold Secure Bronze Bicycle accredited.
The Inigma IC1 Integrated Chain Lock is a Bluetooth integrated chain lock. Offering super secure electronic security encrypted to AES-256 bit encryption, it pairs with iOS and Android devices. With a total length of 800mm, the lightweight aluminium lock body with hardened steel casing is Sold Secure Bronze Bicycle accredited.
Michelle Kradolfer, SBD’s IoT Technical Officer, said: “I am beyond delighted that Squire have become one of the first companies to achieve the Secure Connected Device accreditation and have demonstrated that their products have undergone and achieved the appropriate IoT standards and certifications. With the rise in IoT and smart devices being sold in the UK market, now more than ever it is essential for companies to play their part in ensuring IoT products are built securely to protect their consumers.
“Obtaining the Secure Connected Device accreditation builds confidence and trust in Squire’s products. We hope that other companies within the industry and beyond will take note of this achievement and follow in Squire’s footsteps in producing safe IoT products for the UK market.”
“Achieving the SBD accreditation is testament to both the hard work and investment made in Squire’s Inigma system to ensure the function and security are of the highest standard for customers,” said CEO John Squire.
“Our Inigma digital technology is designed by us to take lock security to the very highest level. That’s why we’re proud to achieve this mark which reflects our premium brand status for ‘toughness guaranteed.”