Our learning materials are broken into four sections:
|Level||Section||What you'll learn|
|100||Blogs||Meta topics at the industry level|
|200||Concepts||Core building blocks of Ockam|
|300||How-to Guides||Get started building with Ockam|
|400||Design and Architecture||How we are building Ockam protocols in Open Source|
The Diffie-Hellman key exchange is a crucial component in securing internet traffic.
We live our values at Ockam, and as an open source company, we want to share our roadmap
Our approach with software is to create simple designs that enable us to build up our systems without them ever becoming overwhelming.
Learn how to transition from open source user to open source contributer.
Public key encryption protects your data. Here's how it does so.
Open source communities can chat with GitHub Discussions, but there are other options as well.
As so much of our information is transported via the internet, it’s important to safeguard it. Cryptographic keys make this possible.
Matthew Gregory presented his view of the future of Identity at Oktane 2020. He believes that Trust in IoT will be driven by an ecosystem of open source technologies.
All of the source code and build tools for Ockam.io is OSS. This is how we built it...
Ockam is open-source-as-an-integrator. Ockam tools create interfaces between hardware at the edge and cloud services to enable a trust across a distributed application.
When it comes to device security think of technology stacks, not platforms.
Mrinal Wadhwa presented at the San Francisco IoT Meetup on why IoT needs Secure Messaging
5 reasons why Ockam loves open source, and you should too!
A Beginners Guide to the STRIDE Security Threat Model
A list of links to Ockam stories around the internet
Ockam secures $4.9 million in seed funding from Future Ventures, Core Venture Group, Okta Ventures and others.
The Next Wave In Developer Tools Will Be The Catalyst That Enables The Internet Of Things.
The Nine-Factors Of A Well Tuned Network Of Connected Devices
Introduction to building Trust Architectures
What's behind the Ockam name?