Programmable hardware-based encryption chip secures IoT connected devices
The OPTIGA Trust P generates and securely stores encryption keys for one-way and mutual authentication, thereby allowing to protect devices from malware, and to control access mechanisms for secure software updates. The chip’s programmability makes it a highly flexible solution. Any product that stores and exchanges confidential data – whether used in smart homes or factories – can rely on the encrypted communications capability of this secure chip to enforce information privacy.
The OPTIGA Trust P is a Common Criteria EAL 5+ (high) certified secure trust anchor that addresses counterfeiting, privacy and security concerns. It uses public key cryptography to support both one-way and mutual authentication for anti-cloning applications. The chip comes in a VQFN-32 (5x5mm) package, with 150 kB memory. It runs the JavaCard OS, supports ECC, RSA, AES, TDES and SHA cryptography and its system interface is an ISO7816 UART (400 kbps data rate).
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