Higher security and performance for cloud-connected devices

Higher security and performance for cloud-connected devices

Infineon’s OPTIGA Trust M solution is intended to enhance the security of connected devices while improving overall system performance.
By eeNews Europe


OPTIGA Trust M securely stores unique device credentials and assists cloud connection up to ten times faster than software-only alternatives.

Assets, including certificates and key pairs used to identify a device can be injected into chip at Infineon’s secured factory. This set-up minimizes design, integration and deployment effort by providing a cryptographic toolbox, protected I2C interface and open source code on GitHub. The high-end security controller is certified according to CC EAL6+ (high) and provides advanced asymmetric cryptography. It has a lifetime of 20 years and can be securely updated in the field.

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