The Common Criteria certification is an independent third party process that helps system and device manufacturers select trustworthy solutions: with Common Criteria certification, Infineon says it is first in the industry to support the requirement that Windows 10 personal computers be equipped with TPM 2.0. This most recent version of the internationally recognised TPM standard (ISO/IEC 11889:2015) also addresses the security requirements of a growing number of IoT devices. Trusted computing based on TPM root of trust hardware provides protection for such devices as gateways and routers used in smart homes, mobile devices as well as connected industrial and automotive systems. Infineon cites design wins for OPTIGA TPM devices in Google’s OnHub Wi-Fi router, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 tablet and other platforms.
“Infineon has already provided embedded security to more than 350 million connected devices”, said Juergen Spaenkuch, head of platform security at Infineon Technologies. “Being the first supplier of a Common Criteria-certified TPM 2.0 device underlines our market and innovation leadership and opens the doors to new markets. Especially as the need for hardware-based security is expanding from traditional computing to include new IoT market segments.”
The Infineon OPTIGA product family offers tailored security for the IoT, ranging from basic authentication products to advanced implementations for protecting integrity, authenticity and confidentiality of information. In addition to Trusted Computing, Infineon provides security solutions for M2M communication. Also, as a founding member of the FIDO Alliance, Infineon contributes to secured online authentication, and [to] customised security solutions for smart mobile and wearable devices.