OneRNG – an Open solution to a core security performance issue

OneRNG (Open Hardware Random Number Generator) is a Kiwi project producing a hardware entropy generator, with an emphasis on end-user verifiability and extensibility.  Entropy & random numbers are essential for secure network operations protecting valuable research data, and for large-scale models & simulations used by researchers in industry and science.

Jim Cheetham

Jim Cheetham is a partner in the OneRNG project, and works in the Information Security Office at the University of Otago, and has a long background in Unix/Linux and Open Source/Free software systems.