What if you could improve device security by using simple software and on-chip storage to create your very own root of trust (RoT)? Well, now you can.
Join this Embedded Toolbox Live interactive webcast where engineers from embedded system security IP leader Intrinsic ID will demonstrate the company’s new root key generation and management solution, BK Software IP. In a few short minutes, they’ll use the software and a NUCLEO-L4A6ZG development board from ST Microelectronics to show how you can leverage SRAM physical unclonable functions (PUF) to:
- Create a unique device identity
- Securely store multiple keys on or off chip
- Provision the device with a certificate
- Verify device authenticity with a challenge-response protocol
Disclaimer: The product “BK Software IP” described in this webinar has been succeeded by the new Intrinsic ID “Zign X00 Series of Software Products”
Olaf Heemskerk is the Director Field Application Engineers at Intrinsic ID. His primary responsibility is the managing the Field Application Engineering team and consulting
and supporting customers. His technical expertise includes the internal architecture and design of BK, including the SRAM PUF behavior, security functionality and integration on bare metal MCUs and CPUs. Olaf Holds an Bsc degree in Electrical Engineering, specializing in HW/SW interfaces from the University of applied sciences in Eindhoven.
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