According to a recent release, ON Semiconductor has announced the immediate availability of Veridify’s Public Key security tools for the RSL10, a low-power Flash-based Bluetooth Low Energy radio System on Chip (SoC). Veridify Security’s tools are available in a CMSIS-Pack, reportedly giving developers a familiar and fast implementation path to protect their RSL10 solutions with critical security features including device-to-device authentication, data protection, and secure firmware updates.
ON Semi said in the release that devices running Veridify Security tools, like the RSL10, can take advantage of DOME, Veridify’s zero-touch onboarding, blockchain ownership management, and enrolment solution. Veridify’s security solutions are ISO 26262 ASIL D certified, have a very small code footprint, and can be implemented in software-only, as demonstrated on the RSL10’s Arm Cortex-M3 processor, according to the partners.
“Power consumption and security are significant priorities to IoT edge node manufacturers,” said said Wiren Perera, head of IoT, ON Semiconductor. “By enhancing the already superior performance of the RSL10 radio with Veridify’s technology, we are pleased to provide IoT manufacturers with a secure end-to-end solution.”
The Bluetooth IoT Development Kit CMSIS-Pack containing Veridify’s Public Key security tools is now available for free download at onsemi.com/rsl10.
“With its rich feature-set and industry leading ultra-low-power consumption, the RSL10 is an excellent platform for delivering secure wireless applications. We are excited that our collaboration with ON Semiconductor has delivered a robust security solution that is easy to implement with security features usually only available on much larger processors,” said Louis Parks, CEO, Veridify Security. “We appreciate ON Semiconductor’s support and look forward to delivering additional innovative security solutions to their customers.”
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Edited by Ken Briodagh