For the IoT Edge device, the cryptographic keys used to perform the services such as encrypted boot, onboarding, and over the air updates are critical components that must be protected. Chip level hardware protected keys are the standard for achieving strong security protection for embedded designs. This session will define what a hardware protected key is and show several examples of how these keys are realized on NXP processors. The i.MX RT 1050 family of devices will be used as a real world example of how Intrinsic ID Broadkey® SRAM based PUF can advance your IoT Security.
For the latest microcontrollers addressing IoT applications, hardware protected keys address critical security functions to protect application integrity, software confidentiality and encrypt data at rest. This session will explore the ability of the recently launched NXP IoT microcontroller, LPC5500 series. This family of devices will work as the main processing unit for a broad range of IoT applications and integrates breakthrough capabilities with regards to security. Along with Arm TrustZone technology the SRAM PUF based key management makes security easy to use and easy to deploy.
The recently launched NXP IoT microcontroller, LPC5500 series, works as the main processing unit for a broad range of IoT applications. Along with Arm TrustZone® technology the chip supports SRAM PUF based key management. The product includes a software development kit (MCUXpresso SDK) that contains prebuilt applications to demonstrate edge to cloud connections out of the box. With integrated security technology and software enablement, the LPC5500 makes security easy to use and easy to deploy. Join this session for a quick run through the demo applications available to kickstart your next IoT designs.