Intrinsic ID announced a new software-only solution that enables every connected device to have a unique identity and hardware-based security anchor, improving the reliability and trustworthiness of these devices, their networks and communications. The IoT security lately has been the subject of international legislation, underscoring the importance of the challenge for worldwide cybersecurity.
Intrinsic ID announced it has signed a sales representative agreement with Kaviaz Technology to market, sell and support the Intrinsic ID Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) authentication and security solutions in Taiwan. Intrinsic ID is the industry pioneer in developing PUF technology. Kaviaz Technology is a leading EDA/IP distributor in Taiwan, which has been working with global leading technology companies for more than a decade. Kaviaz Technology will represent the full line of Intrinsic ID hardware and software solutions for device-unique data security and authentication in Taiwan.
Intrinsic ID announced a partnership with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to make its industry-leading digital authentication and security technology accessible to DARPA researchers. The Intrinsic ID QuiddiKey hardware IP and Apollo FPGA IP will be available through the DARPA Toolbox Initiative, which provides DARPA researchers open licensing opportunities with commercial technology vendors.
ntrinsic ID announced that its flagship hardware IP product QuiddiKey has been certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The certification of QuiddiKey version 3.8.0 has been performed under NIST’s Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP) and assures that cryptographic components of the product have been tested and operate as they should under NIST’s guidelines.
Intrinsic ID launched PUF Cafe, a website dedicated to advancing the state-of-the-art in PUF technology and ensuring it meets the evolving security needs of our data and devices for today and in the future. Intrinsic ID encourages security professionals from industry and academia, working with or interested in PUF technology, to join the community and help drive the evolution of this important root-of-trust security implementation for a wide range of vertical markets.
Intrinsic ID announced that California-based data center infrastructure upstart Fungible Inc., has licensed QuiddiKey for its Fungible DPU SoCs. Fungible’s industry-first DPU – is a family of novel data-centric processors that deliver radically improved performance and cost efficiencies for data centers at all scales. By selecting Intrinsic ID’s QuiddiKey, a hardware IP security solution based on SRAM PUF, Fungible is fortifying its security strategy by provisioning its chips with internally generated, device-unique keys without compromising performance.