Bluetooth 5 beacon is fully secure

November 28, 2019 //By Julien Happich
IoT beacon
Swiss based cyber security company WISeKey has partnered with ON Semiconductor and Tatwah to design a secure IoT beacon device fully certified to worldwide regulatory standards.

The IoT Security Beacon embeds the Bluetooth 5 RSL10 System-in-Package (RSL10 SIP) from ON Semiconductor to operate with the industry’s lowest power in standby and active modes. The RSL10 family is supported by a comprehensive Software Development Kit (SDK) featuring an Eclipse-based IDE, mobile applications and support for FreeRTOS, Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) and mesh networking. The unit features two certified tamper-resistant microcontrollers, the VaultIC405 and VaultIC407 from WISeKey, that allow the RSL10 SIP to securely store digital certificates. These certificates are used for the Secure IoT Beacon to process the cryptographic algorithms required to build the security protocol, while protecting sensitive data and calculations against hackers. The VaultIC405 and 407 microcontrollers provide a Common Criteria (CC) EAL5+ platform and FIPS 140-2 level 3 security mechanisms for product authentication, secure asset tracking, and sensor data integrity. These features assist with a number of IoT applications including predictive maintenance, healthcare asset tracking and patient management, closed-loop trusted digital payment protocols, and other wearable applications. At the heart of WISeKey’s solution, the WISeKey-OISTE Root of Trust serves as a common trust anchor, which is recognized by Operating Systems (OS) and applications to ensure the authenticity, confidentiality and integrity of online transactions. WISeKey’s PKI Services allow the solution to issue trusted digital identities for people, machines and objects, adopting the best practices in secure identity management.
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