Webinar: Microsemi's Root-of-Trust Solution for Embedded Systems

Microsemi Enables FPGA-Based Root-of-Trust Solution for Embedded Systems with Introduction of Secure Boot Reference Design
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We hear of security breaches in the news every day. This is primarily because most electronic systems are not secure and robust security protocols are not diligently observed by human beings. Processors are used extensively throughout these systems, and as most do not boot securely, they represent vulnerabilities to applications, systems, infrastructure as well as personal data.
New FPGA-Based Reference Design Enables Processors in Embedded Systems to
Boot Securely and Extends Trust to Connected Systems
Microsemi today unveiled its new FPGA-based Secure Boot Reference Design for embedded microprocessors. This new reference design uses the advanced security features in its mainstream SoC FPGA devices, SmartFusion®2 SoC FPGAs, to securely boot any application processor in an embedded system, and ensures that processor code can be trusted during execution. This allows applications running on the securely booted processor to extend that trust to their system and to other connected systems.
Without a secure boot process, code executing on any embedded system is by definition untrusted. Untrusted systems present risk to a company’s brand, can expose companies to contractual liabilities and in some cases can lead to loss of life. Microsemi’s reference design implements a “chain of trust” process. At each stage of the boot-process through to the top application layer, each subsequent boot phase is validated by the previously trusted code before further code execution is allowed.
To Learn More about Secure Boot please join us for the Secure Boot Webinar; in this training you will learn:
  • What is Secure Boot?
  • Why Secure Boot matters?
  • How we at Microsemi can securely boot an external applications processor?
  • What customers get in the reference design?
Secure Boot Information http://www.microsemi.com/products/fpga-soc/security/secure-boot
Secure Boot Video http://soc.microsemi.com/videos/secure-boot-reference-design.html
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System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer
Mobile attendees
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