Swissbit to Demonstrate Crypto-Enabled Flash Memories Using Raspberry Pi at embedded world 2019
January 17, 2019
The secure cryptographically enhanced storage solutions enable secure boot or authentication and encryption applications, with more flexibility than a soldered TPM.
BRONSCHHOFEN, SWITZERLAND. Swissbit will showcase memory cards and USB drives with firmware-based cryptographic features and integrated secure elements at embedded world 2019. The secure cryptographically enhanced storage solutions enable secure boot or authentication and encryption applications, with more flexibility than a soldered TPM.
The company will also introduce the concept of a network policy server for Industry 4.0 applications by using a Raspberry Pi to control and manage Swissbit crypto-enabled flash memories. These flash products can be used as authentication tokens or boot devices, enabling two-factor authentication for individual IP addresses so that devices can only boot on a defined network. The Raspberry Pi will administer various policies that grant or deny memory access.
Swissbit’s PU-50n DP USB stick with internal AES-256-bit encryption, access protection and optional ROM/WORM function, will act as one of the authentication/boot devices.
The company will also showcase industrial-grade 3D NAND in the form of an NVMe PCIe M.2 module.
For more information, visit Swissbit at embedded world booth #1-534 at Nuremberg Messe from February 26-28, or visit https://swissbit.com.