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End-to-end security from edge to cloud


End-to-end security from edge to cloud

Eurotech teams up with Infineon Technologies to offer advanced protection of IoT Edge solutions. Infineon’s Trusted Platform Module (TPM) integrated on Eurotech’s IoT Edge Gateways protects their device identity. This is especially important for the initial provisioning and continuous life-cycle management to public cloud service platforms.

Eurotech will include Infineon’s OPTIGA TPM 2.0 SLB9670 in its range of multi-service IoT Edge Gateways. The TPM acts as a vault for sensitive data such as the digital identity in connected devices and so significantly reduces the risk of data and production losses due to cyberattacks. To simplify the adoption of the TPM in IoT Edge applications, Eurotech and Infineon also offer an integrated hardware and software environment. Eurotech multi-service IoT Edge Gateways will feature TPM 2.0 support in their Everyware Linux operating system and in their Everyware Software Framework (ESF), the IoT Edge Framework distributed and supported by Eurotech. Furthermore, Eurotech multi-service IoT Edge Gateways powered by ESF will offer a simplified, user friendly TPM 2.0 device provisioning to Microsoft Azure IoT and other cloud services without requiring the development of complex edge applications.
The following Eurotech Multi-service IoT Edge Gateways are already TPM 2.0 enabled and support TPM enrollment on Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service: ReliaGATE 10-12, DynaGATE 10-12. Eurotech has more TPM-enabled IoT Edge products in its product roadmap.

Eurotech offers integrated IoT platforms to provide end-to-end data security from the Edge to the Cloud,” states CTO Marco Carrer. “The collaboration with Infineon strengthens our IoT offering by ena- bling hardware attestation and allowing improved security and management of large IoT deployments.

Security remains the key enabler for Cloud service adoption. The necessary level of protection can only be achieved by combining software security mechanisms with robust hardware-based security capabili- ties based on globally accepted industrial and IT security standards. A chain of trust from the node to the Cloud using hardware based security anchors allows to securely identify each IoT device, to protect sensitive data as well as the integrity of the Cloud,” says Juergen Rebel, Vice President & General Manager Embedded Security at Infineon Technologies.


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