Since the launch of PSA Certified, Nordic Semiconductor has aligned with PSA Certified to provide a standardized approach to security that guides customers through their individual security journey. Their journey with the scheme has included their very first PSA Certified Level 1 certifications in 2019, some new recent certifications at PSA Certified Level 2, plus a promise to achieve PSA Certified Level 3 in their recently announced nRF54H20 SoC. On this partner spotlight page, we take a look at Nordic’s commitment to security.
If you go to the store today and you look at two security cameras, there is no way you can tell which one is a secure camera and which one is not. So, there is an absolute need for the industry to provide a way of telling which product is secure and which is not. PSA Certified is important for Nordic Semiconductor as it provides a building block, or a seal of approval, to say ‘this device provides the level of security that you need’.
Securing IoT products with PSA Certified APIs
It’s not easy for developers to incorporate security in the right place, at the right time. When you add in the complexity of IoT security standards, baseline requirements, frameworks and regulations, the software ecosystem has a lot to navigate. In this blog, Nordic discuss the value of the PSA Certified APIs and how to use them.
A Real-world Example of Nordic’s SoCs in Action: Horticultural Lighting
Fluence recently announced the launch of their Wireless Flex Dimming, a simple and flexible wireless lighting control solution that enables growers to replace traditional dimming cables with wireless control. In order to build-in security into their device, they selected pre-certified components for our design, including the PSA Certified nRF52840 Series from Nordic.