IoT Security and 3 Other Trends I Saw at the IoT International Conference

By Geert-Jan Schrijen
Chief Technology Officer, Intrinsic ID

I had the privilege of attending and presenting at the IoT International Conference last week in Brussels. This inaugural conference sought to provide an in-depth understanding of IoT issues, such as device-level design requirements, system-on-chip (SoC) needs and sensor development. Organized along five tracks, the conference provided a device-level […]

Mar 13, 2017|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

Securing the Physical Supply Chain: PUF Technology and KSI Blockchain

Nov 22, 2016|Categories: Blog||

Intrinsic ID, authenticating everything, safeguarding the connected digital world

At ICT Proposers’ Day 2016 in Bratislava, Intrinsic-ID was awarded the prestigious EU Innovation Radar Prize 2016.

We are a Dutch SME focusing on securing the Internet of Things. Winning the Innovation Radar Prize 2016 was an important achievement for the team and a clear acknowledgement that our technology provides an important building block for securing the […]

Nov 4, 2016|Categories: Blog, Press Coverage|Tags: , , , |

SRAM PUF – The secure silicon fingerprint

Announcement of a free white paper

San Jose, June 30th 2016

All modern digital security systems need cryptographic algorithms as basic building blocks.  There is a wide choice of well-researched algorithms for different purposes. Confidentiality, integrity and authenticity can be achieved with the right combination of these algorithms.

However, the security of these algorithms is fundamentally premised on […]

Jun 30, 2016|Categories: Blog||

Intrinsic-ID and InvenSense present TrustedSensor™ at CES

Dec 11, 2015|Categories: Blog||

Intrinsic-ID to Present at CARTES 2014

Intrisic-ID will be part of the conference program at the upcoming CARTES Secure Connections in Paris from November 4 – 6, 2014. With more than 1600 international attendees, CARTES Is a world leading conference for secure solutions in payments, identification and mobility. The 2014 event will focus on providing insight into major trends shaping the […]

Oct 31, 2014|Categories: Blog||

Microsemi Announces Production Availability of SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs

Microsemi is pleased to announce the availability of its first production qualified SmartFusion2® System-on-Chip FPGAs,
the M2S050 and M2S050T

These devices are available for shipment in the FG896 ball grid array package. The same device in an FG484 package will be available for shipment starting the 21st of June. Both leaded (FG) and non-leaded (FGG) packages […]

May 29, 2013|Categories: Blog||

Intrinsic-ID’s Saturnus® App Wins Prestigious SESAMES Award

For the first time since the existence of the SESAMES Award Intrinsic-ID succeeded in having its secure cloud application Saturnus® nominated in two categories, Software and Mobility, winning in the category Software. The SESAMES Awards are an annual event that started 17 years ago.

What are the SESAMES Awards?

The SESAMES Awards reward the most innovative professionals in […]

Nov 5, 2012|Categories: Blog|Tags: |

Research Reveals Unforgeable Identities For Graphics Cards

Researchers announce today that graphics processors commonly used for gaming may hold the secret to the future of user authentication online

This announcement comes from the European project “Physically unclonable functions found in standard PC components” (PUFFIN). In this project Intrinsic-ID B.V. (Eindhoven) is joining forces with Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Technische Universität Darmstadt, and Eindhoven University […]

Sep 27, 2012|Categories: Blog, Press Releases|Tags: |

Intrinsic-ID Enables Secure Boot Software Authentiction On New VoIP Processor Of Dialog Semiconductor

Unique SafeKey secure boot feature on SC14453S VOIP processor is based on Hardware Intrinsic Security technology

The Dialog Semiconductor SC14453S is the world’s first commercially available Voice over IP (VoIP) processor circuit that integrates Intrinsic-ID’s patented Hardware Intrinsic Security™ IP – also referred to as Physical Unclonable Function (PUF).

Security mechanisms using PUF technology aim at becoming an essential […]

Apr 25, 2012|Categories: Blog|Tags: |