Standards Watch

Security is a constantly changing landscape with new standards continually under development, existing algorithms constantly under attack and higher performance solutions always being explored.

Standards Watch is published by Elliptic Technologies with the goal of informing and guiding developers towards the creation of new embedded security designs. Each issue zeros in on a specific and topical security subject and examines it in depth.

The latest issue of Standards Watch looks back at the recent discussion in IETF mailing lists about whether there is an ongoing need for the IPsec Authentication Header protocol, or whether it can be supplanted by other features of the IPsec protocol suite.

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Elliptic's Secure Foundation of Trust 

Elliptic's tRoot is a highly-secure foundation of trust that enables connected devices to securely and uniquely identify and authenticate themselves to create secure channels for remote device management and service deployment for further revenue opportunities. tRoot has a unique architecture with the ability to effectively adjust to future security requirements and standards, and enable personalization of features, services and environments to create business growth and monetization in the exploding IoT market. Learn more >>

 

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"I Am tRoot" by Jim Turley

Apart from handling cold-boot procedures, tRoot also lends a hand in other security-related chores. Need to deliver DRM-protected material? Elliptic's hardware and software will manage the keys. Worried about cloning? Your tRoot is on the job. Concerned that hackers armed with sensitive instruments might mount a side-channel attack? That's the sort of thing tRoot was born to fight. Read the EEJournal article about Elliptic tRoot >> 

 

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