Barco Silex and Intrinsic ID partners on securing IoT applications

April 25, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Intrinsic ID and Barco Silex announced a partnership whereby the companies will integrate their security technologies, combining the use of Intrinsic ID’s Broadkey or Quiddikey with Barco Silex’s Esecure.

I ID’s Broadkey and Quiddikey are secure key management solutions that dynamically reconstruct on-chip secret keys without ever storing those keys. Both products are suitable to the growing demand for the generation, distribution and protection of cryptographic keys for IoT applications.                                     

Barco Silex’s Esecure is a complete standalone module that enables security applications by shielding the secret information from the non-secure application running on the main processor. The firewall prevents any unauthorized access to the secret data, and the secure controller embedded in the Esecure module keeps full control of the execution of the security functions.

The partnership also enables Intrinsic ID to offer Barco Silex’s hardware crypto blocks as part of Citadel, the world’s first SRAM PUF-based IP and key provisioning solution, which Intrinsic ID announced in February.

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