Data I/O (NASDAQ:DAIO) is set to demonstrate the new SentriX™ Security Programming Technology for authentication devices at the Embedded World Conference and Exhibition March 14th – 16th in Nuremberg, Germany.
As quoted in the press release:
Data I/O has partnered with leading silicon vendors and security experts to develop the SentriX Platform, a highly flexible cost-effective security provisioning and data programming system for authentication devices, secure elements and secure microcontrollers. The SentriX platform seamlessly combines Data I/O’s PSV7000 device handling technology, Lumen™X programming technology, ConneX™ smart programming software and the Secure Thingz Secure Deploy™ platform for a trusted, secured and integrated solution. The SentriX Platform embeds a strong foundation of security, roots-of-trust and authentication in manufacturing to deliver a secure supply chain for trusted devices.
“As the Internet-of-Things and Automotive electronics markets continue to grow, OEMs are demanding much better supply chain security and firmware integrity across the product life cycle. A new generation of silicon devices is enabling simpler and more cost effective security solutions, and we have responded,” said Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO of Data I/O Corporation. “As the next step in our Managed and Secure Programming Strategy, we are partnering with Secure Thingz to build upon our leading handling, programming, and systems integration technology to demonstrate the SentriX Security Provisioning Platform. The SentriX Platform introduces innovative features that allow OEMs and Silicon Vendors to embed identity, authenticity and firmware integrity related roots-of-trust into their products early in their manufacturing life cycle, creating a secure supply chain for trusted devices.”