How Arrow and PSA Certified are Removing Security Barriers

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The combination of the PSA Certified security methodology, and Arrow’s end-to-end support services bring a unique collaboration. This solves security challenges and increases trust and confidence to your end customers.

How Our Collaboration is Defragmenting the IoT

Together, we can help you to close gaps in security offering and increase confidence to your end customers. Let’s explore the key benefits of our collaboration.

  • Accelerated development of secure systems using the PSA Certified trusted methodology.
  • Reducing risk & reducing cost thanks to the methodology provided by PSA Certified and Arrow end-to-end support.
  • Regulation alignment bringing increased access to global markets.

Partner Press Release

Arrow Electronics PSA Certified development kit accelerates time to market for IoT devices founded on PSoC® 64 Root of Trust.

Learn more from Arrow about their PSA Certified products and how their collaboration with PSA Certified works.

Building with Trusted Components Democratizes Security

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Verified silicon protecting against remote and scalable software attacks

Infineon has achieved PSA Certified Level 2 for their PSoC 64 Secure MCUs (which is based on the Arm Cortex-M family). This provides assurance to IoT developers that they are building on a foundation of security that has been independently assessed.

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Simplified security implementations using certified system software

AWS has achieved PSA Certified Level 1 and PSA Functional API Certification for FreeRTOS. PSA Certified Level 1 assures fundamental security principles have been built into system software while PSA Functional API Certification provides a simplified route to the security functions built into the silicon.

We are pleased that Arrow Electronics have selected Infineon’s PSA Certified PSoC® 64 Secured MCUs for their PSA Certified Development Kit. We continue to work with closely with Arrow to provide the best possible time to market and user experience for their customers.

Erik Wood, Director of Microcontroller Security, Infineon
Eric Wood