Huddle Hub enforces security through a number of features:
- A Secure Boot system blocks any access to the unit firmware.
HHO implements a Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) secure boot protocol, which secures the boot process by preventing the loading of drivers or OS loaders that are not signed with the HRT digital signature. This architecture protects the unit against the installation and execution of malware. The secure boot implementation is based on technologies included in the Linux4Tegra OS (Ubuntu 14.4) with Linux_kernel 3.0.0
- When using Huddle Hub One+ as an access point, a personal area network is created utilizing WPA2 PSK technology to guarantee the confidentiality and integrity of wireless traffic
- The privacy of your team collaboration is protected by a passcode, a 4-digits random number generated every time a new session starts. Every participant must type in the passcode to join the room.
- All the video and audio streams between HHO and the connected clients are encrypted with the AES-128 algorithm. This prevents ill-intentioned people from using a network sniffer tool to sniffs out the data flowing
over your computer network between HHO and its clients.