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Crypto authentication device and partner programme
15 November 2017, Analogue, Mixed Signal, LSI

Microchip released the ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication device, a secure element that allows developers to add hardware-based security to their designs, and a Security Design Partner Programme for connecting developers with third-party partners that can enhance and expedite secure designs.

The combination of proven hardware security solutions and an unprecedented level of partnership helps to protect against security threats ranging from remote cyber attacks to the creation of counterfeit products. These threats are widespread and affect all industries, and can translate into substantial losses in recovery costs, service revenue and perhaps, most significantly, in brand equity. Implementing robust security into new and existing designs to protect intellectual property (IP) and enable trusted authentication of connected devices is critical.

The foundation of secured communication is the ability to create, protect and authenticate a device’s unique and trusted identity. By keeping a device’s private keys isolated from the system in a secured area, coupled with its advanced cryptography practices, the ATECC608A provides a high level of security that can be used in nearly any type of design.

In addition to providing hardware security solutions, customers have access to Microchip’s Security Design Partner Programme. These industry-leading companies, including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform, provide complementary cloud-driven security models and infrastructure.

Other partners are well versed in implementing Microchip’s security devices and libraries. Whether designers are looking to secure an Internet of Things (IoT) application or add authentication capabilities for consumables such as cartridges or accessories, the expertise of the security design partners can reduce both development cost and time to market.

For more information contact Tempe Technologies, +27 (0)11 455 5587, willem.hijbeek@tempetech.co.za, www.tempetech.co.za


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