EBV presents: Infineon OPTIGA™ product family
Scalable, easy-to-integrate hardware-based security solutions for your embedded project
Embedded systems are making their way into more and more areas of our daily lives. Trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine communication (M2M) mean that a growing number of devices and machines are being connected. Some of these are as small as household appliances but some as large as complex, industrial automation systems. Regardless of size, they are all controlled by dedicated, embedded computing systems.
All of this networking brings a host of new opportunities for companies through new business and service models. It also means more convenience and comfort for users. However, security in this embedded world is not cessarily keeping pace. The attack surface is widening rapidly, exposing sensitive data and IP, and threatening process integrity and business continuity.
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OPTIGA™ rises to the challenge
Infineon has developed a feature-rich family of security solutions specifically for embedded systems. Designed for ease of integration, OPTIGA™ hardware-based solutions meet individual and evolving needs by scaling from basic authentication use cases to advanced security designs. Both OPTIGA™ Trust and OPTIGA™ TPM suites provide proven and reliable performance for embedded applications while maximizing return on investment.
Spotlight on embedded security- Keeping up with the Internet of Things
Embedded systems are becoming ubiquitous. Trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine communication (M2M) mean that the number of connected devices and machines is increasing. Many of these – from small household appliances through large communication networks to complex, industrial automation systems – are controlled by special-purpose, embedded computing systems.Download Brochure