On semiconductor (NASDAQ listing Code: on), which promotes energy-efficient innovation, announced today that veridify’s public key security tool can be used immediately for rsl10 industry’s lowest power consumption, flash based Bluetooth low-power radio system SOC. Verify security tool is provided in the form of CMSIS pack, which provides familiar and fast implementation path for developers to protect their rsl10 scheme and provide key security functions, including device to device authentication, data protection and security firmware update.

About veridify security's ultra low power and anti quantization low resource processor

Rsl10 radio series has built-in security functions, including AES-128 encryption hardware module. In order to provide IP protection, it can also lock the debugging interface to prevent potential intruders. These “on processor” features complement veridify’s technology, providing identification, authentication, and data protection between field devices. Rsl10 radios running veridify’s public key tool can exchange their signed public keys, verify the identity of the public key owner, create a short-lived common secret, and then use the shared secret and aes128 engine to encrypt the data between the device and its users.

Devices running verify security tools, such as rsl10, can use dom ™、 Veridify has the advantages of zero contact access, blockchain ownership management and registration scheme. Veridify’s security scheme has passed ISO 26262 ASIL D certification, and the code space is very small, and can only be implemented by software, such as arm in rsl10 ® Cortex ®- M3 processor. The security protocol constructed by veridify tool runs many times faster than traditional methods.

For example, the authentication protocol of rsl10 usually runs within 28 milliseconds, which complements the energy saving advantages of rsl10. The solution built with veridify is very suitable for the edge application of Internet of things (IOT) in the fields of industry, intelligent building, medical care, automobile and consumer.

Speaking about the cooperation, wire Perera, director of IOT at Anson semiconductor, said:

“Power consumption and security are important priorities for IOT edge node manufacturers. Using veridify’s technology to enhance the already outstanding performance of rsl10 radio, we are pleased to provide IOT manufacturers with a secure end-to-end solution. “

Louis parks, CEO of veridify security, said:

“Rsl10 is an excellent platform for delivering secure wireless applications with a rich feature set and industry-leading ultra-low power consumption. We are pleased to work with Anson semiconductor to provide a stable and reliable security solution, which is easy to implement and usually only used in larger processors. We thank Anson semiconductor for its support and look forward to providing more innovative security solutions to its customers. “

CMSIS pack, a Bluetooth IOT development kit with veridify’s public key security tool, is now available for free download at ONSEMI.

About veridify security veridify security provides fast, small footprint, ultra-low energy consumption and anti quantization public key security tools for low resource processors supporting the Internet of things (IOT). Dom of veridify ™ Equipment ownership management and registration ™( DOME ™ Device Ownership Management and Enrollment ™) The solution provides a zero contact access and ownership management platform for the smallest IOT devices on site, without the need for universal cloud or network connection. The company’s key agreement protocols and digital signature algorithms are used for secure communication between devices, as well as for secure startup and security software updates for automotive, consumer, healthcare, industrial and smart home applications. Veridify works with leading semiconductor manufacturers and IP providers, including arm, Intel, Renesas, Anson semiconductor, STMicroelectronics, sifive and Synopsys, and provides software development kits, RTLS and tools for a variety of environments.

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