Mocana Partners with STMicroelectronics to Announce Support for STSAFE-TPM
March 14, 2019
Makes it easier for manufacturers to secure IoT devices and meet the highest levels of authentication assurance.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Mocana Corporation just announced a new collaboration with STMicroelectronics to provide strong security and support for smart chips.
Mocana TrustPoint supports Trusted Platform Module 1.2 and 2.0, enabling all core features of the Trusted Computing Group’s TPM 2.0 specification such as:
- automated X.509 certificate management
- multiple ownership hierarchies
- local and remote mode of operations
- advanced, symmetric and asymmetric algorithms (ECC P256, ECC BN256, AES128, AES256, and SHA2)
- confidentiality and integrity key protections
- an application programming interface abstraction layer for Java and C applications
- use of TPM secured keys in protecting TLS, DTLS, SSH, and IPsec communications
- support for Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems
- the ability to use the TPM as a device-specific trust anchor
Users of the Mocana TrustCenter will be able to access these and other features of the STSAFE-TPM, which is a standardized and high-performance TPM targeting PC, server platforms, and embedded systems, which provides device platform integrity services like trusted boot and remote attestation.
STSAFE-TPM offers a standardized and certified secure solution and consists of a full turnkey solution with a secure operating system running on the latest generation of secure microcontrollers Common Criteria certified EAL5+.
Integration of STSAFE-TPM can be used in:
- IoT devices
- smart city and industrial applications
- consumer electronics devices
“Mocana’s partnership with STMicroelectronics will help our customers to bring new products that meet stringent cybersecurity standards to market faster,” said Mocana’s CTO, Dean Weber. “Leveraging STMicroelectronics and Mocana, IoT devices will be able to meet the highest level of authentication assurance, without using external Hardware Security Modules (HSMs).”