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Add a secure element to build edge-to-cloud security into an IoT design

05 December 2019

Cybersecurity remains a universal problem in the design and deployment of any system connected to the public Internet. Semiconductor vendors are helping to strike a balance by providing easier to deploy security solutions. This article will discuss the problem of security before introducing one such solution from NXP Semiconductors, namely the EdgeLock SE050 secure element (SE).

In the Internet of Things (IoT), security problems are particularly acute as users begin to question the ability of connected devices to securely support applications in smart homes, smart factories, or smart cities. Yet, in facing tighter delivery schedules, IoT device developers often feel they cannot afford the device resources, much less the additional time needed in the past to implement the extensive set of capabilities required for an effective security solution.

Semiconductor vendors are helping to strike a balance by providing easier to deploy security solutions. This article will discuss the problem of security before introducing one such solution from NXP Semiconductors, namely the EdgeLock SE050 secure element (SE). It will then show developers how to use this single-chip device to rapidly implement edge-to-cloud security in their IoT devices.

Read the full article on the Digi-Key website.



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