Robust IoT security solutions have remained challenging because there hasn’t been a standard. Arm developed the Platform Security Architecture (PSA), with the aim of making it easier to build security into systems and utilize it in a robust manner. Now, with the introduction of PSA Certified, PSA provides not only a foundation for security, but a tangible measure of success.
At embedded world, technology solutions provider Arrow Electronics will be showcasing an extensive range of products and services that assist businesses in transforming innovative ideas into full production. Start-ups and established companies can all benefit from a suite of tools that, combined with Arrow’s breadth of suppliers and global logistical capabilities, will enable shortened time to market.
Security Platform Inc.( the “SPI”), a leading embedded security and IoT system middleware provider has become the first OEM to achieve PSA Certified™ Level 1 status, announcing the news at Arm TechCon 2019, San Jose Convention Center.
UL, a leading global safety science company, today announced that NXM Labs, Inc., a technology innovator focused on autonomous security software that enables devices to create, manage and dynamically regenerate their own security, has achieved Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Level One (L1) Certification.
Nuvoton Technology Corporation, a leading microcontroller platform solution provider, debuting a new NuMicro® M2351SF chip based on M2351 IoT security MCUs and Winbond TrustME® W77F Secure Flash. The M2351 Series, the first Arm® Cortex®, -M23 based MCU that has been both PSA Certified™ Level 1 and PSA Functional API Certified. The M2351SF is better enhanced for its secure storage inside by stacking the Winbond W77F Secure Flash solution.
The global Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) Chips market is expected to grow from USD 202.23 Million in 2018 to USD 5,541.45 Million by 2026 at a CAGR of 51.3% during the forecast period 2019-2026, according to the new report published by Fior Markets.
Nothing is beyond the limits of our imagination anymore, and what we are used to seeing in spy movies needs a massive upgrade, in order to go beyond what is now considered the norm. This was evident at Embedded World 2019, where the focus was edge intelligence and internet of things (IoT) security.
In the IoT era of connected devices, the greatest concern is the security of data in a world of increasing threats. Many of the first IoT devices relied solely on network resources for data security but over the past few years, Arm has been working to increase security on all levels for all devices. Arm has taken the lead by outlining the need for security through its Security Manifestos…
Arm pushed further into IoT this week at MWC, announcing new partnerships with Vodafone and China Unicom and a security certification process for IoT devices.
“We recognize that if the reality of a trillion connected devices is to be met, we need to build trust in those devices, and we need to make it easy for developers and OEMs to implement the right level of security for their use case,” said Chet Babla, VP of Arm’s emerging businesses group.
Stacey and the podcast team discuss the announcement and how PSA has the potential to make such a great impact on the industry. Listen to the episode here, or visit the link below for the accompanying article.