NanoLock and Micron Co-developed Flash Security
14 February, 2019
The combination of NanoLock Security’s platform with Authenta, enable strong Flash-to-Cloud integrity for the securing of IoT and connected devices
NanoLock Security and Micron Technology, will be demonstrating a Flash-to-Cloud management solution for security in Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices. The combined solution provides secure updates and protection of IoT devices with Micron’s Authenta Technology embedded in flash memory devices. The combination of NanoLock Security’s platform with Authenta, enable strong Flash-to-Cloud integrity and protection from the production line to field deployment, and after the device’s end of life, while consuming virtually zero computing and power resources.
“This emphasizes the universal need for trusted management with enhanced security in IoT devices,” said Yoni Kahana, VP of customers for NanoLock. “A secure channel between end devices and the cloud, and the ability to seamlessly manage that channel simplifies IoT deployments and simultaneously provides a revenue stream for customers.” The demonstration will take place at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona.
At electronica 2018 in Munich, NanoLock and Winbond demonstrated end-to-end security solution to IoT devices such as automotive ECUs/MCUs, cameras, ICS solutions and routers. The OS/CPU agnostic solution guarantees flash-to-cloud integrity and mutual protection during regular operations and firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) updates.
NanoLocks MoT (Management of Things) platform updates, controls and monitors connected devices, while its FOTALock Management platform secures the FOTA (Firmware Over the Air) updates. The company was founded in 2016 by seasoned industry executives. Among them the CEO Eran Fine, previously the Founder and CEO of OREE which was sold to Diogano. Erez Kreiner¸ co-founder and Senior Cyber Advisor of NanoLock, served as Director of Israel’s National Cyber Security Authority for more than five years. In this role he was was responsible for preventing cyber-attacks on Israel’s critical infrastructures and assets.