Secure Thingz to Expand Platform Security Architecture Portfolio

October 7, 2019 Laura Dolan

Secure Thingz is expanding the Platform Security Architecture (PSA) documentation, which includes a Secure Production Threat Model and Security Analysis (TMSA) document. It also includes a future specification that anticipates the need to integrate security in silicon to protect intellectual property (IP) and revenue streams within the Internet of Things (IoT) supply chain.

PSA will design more secure connected devices focused on different objects throughout the supply chain and includes a set of deliverables such as Threat Models and Security Analyses documentation, hardware and firmware architecture specifications, Trusted Firmware, plus APIs and an API test suite.

Learn more at www.securethingz.com.

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