ARM has launched the first of a series of Cortex-M series microcontrollers based on the V8M architecture that incorporate the Trustzone security mechanism.
Oberon Microsystems has ported a set of low-overhead cryptographic codes suitable for Apple's HomeKit to the Cortus APS3RP 32bit processor core.
Security took center stage at the Embedded World show in Nürnberg this week, with a number of vendors launching software intended to help protect against hacks.
Mentor Graphics chairman and CEO Wally Rhines will deliver the DVCon keynote as the vendor sets a deep agenda for the conference.
The Prpl Foundation has published a guide to techniques it claims will improve the security of embedded systems.
Cortus has added to its version 2 architecture a processor core that offers hardware support for floating-point code.
Ultrasoc is adding security monitoring to its toolkit, providing SoC designers with a mechanism for their chips to warn of attempts by hackers to break into secure areas.
ARM is bringing the Trustzone security architecture to future Cortex-M processor cores, combining that with a version of AHB that will recognise the difference between secure and non-secure transactions.
ARM CTO Mike Muller called for IP to be used throughout the IoT as part of a strategy for secure systems at a recent NMI seminar at Bletchley Park, England.
IoT-themed keynotes from Mentor's Wally Rhines and Qualcomm's Karim Arabi headline vendor's User2User conference on April 21.
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