Secure Your World with Security-Focused MCUs
Security threats are increasing exponentially in terms of frequency, targeted devices, malignancy and costs of attacks. In today’s vast interconnected world, the need to provide greater security within a product or system is becoming a standard requirement. To stay one step ahead of the criminal element and prevent theft of software/hardware, intellectual property and data, or communications services, customers today are designing their products with an eye on providing robust, connected and secure systems.
The CEC1302 and CEC1702 are full-featured 32-bit ARM® Cortex® -M4F-based microcontrollers that enable secure boot of system firmware, providing an immutable identity and a root of trust to ensure that the firmware is untouched and hasn’t been corrupted. These microcontrollers can be used as a standalone microcontroller, while also providing easy-to-use authentication, private key and customer programming flexibility to minimize customer risk.
Ensures firmware is untouched and uncorrupted with a quick pre-boot authentication of the system firmware
Protect the system from malware or memory corruption by authenticating firmware updates
Reduce compute time with the hardware cryptographic cipher suite
Protect secrets with encryption
Validate firmware has been digitally signed and untouched using public key cryptography