Samsung rolls out chip for hardware and software protection for IoT devices

Simultaneously with the protected wireless computing modules Artik Samsung s company Samsung Electronics introduced another novelty related to the rapidly growing Internet of things (IoT). This chip-based Secure Element (SE) hardware and software protection for IoT devices.

At the hardware level chip Samsung SE stops and restarts when it detects suspicious activity, to protect stored sensitive data. By the way, storage for the first time in the industry uses embedded flash memory (.), manufactured according to the norms of 45 nm. This memory is more attractive from the point of view of performance and flexibility compared to traditionally used solutions with EEPROM memory.

Proprietary software for SE supports a variety of functions, including personal verification, key storage, encryption and decryption. It can be used safely to give you the keys and information used for authentication between devices, servers and clouds.



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