Security is a journey, rather than a destination, and it is true that no system will ever be completely protected. The rapidly growing market of connected devices is facing major security challenges, with attacks ranging across IP theft, counterfeiting and overproduction, as well as data theft and potentially life-threatening sabotage. In order to solve these security challenges in a scalable and sustainable way, application security must be implemented right from start of the development cycle, to achieve security from inception.
Security from Inception is build upon the establishment of a robust, yet flexible, Root of Trust, leveraging the security functionality of secure devices, or providing a sustainable foundation for existing devices and applications. Vulnerabilities are minimized, updates and patches are authenticated and individualized, and lifecycles are managed protecting your application today and into the future. Threats will not stop - so we are working with industry leaders to make superior security available for all – delivering a secure and sustainable future for connected devices.
This set of tools and services enables your organization to build a platform which will extend with evolving security needs as threats appear, and as legislation impacts your business. The Security from Inception Suite provides companies with a straightforward way of building the right level of security for their application needs throughout the development, manufacturing, and product management process. It’s available in different editions to help your organization to get the right level of security for your needs:
The following software and hardware tools are included in the Security from Inception Suite:
The Security From Inception Suite includes a wide array of training resources suitable for developers, management and corporate leadership looking to understand how security will impact their businesses. It is structured in different set of training, enabling developers to gain a clear overview of demands, but also ensuring that other stakeholders, such as the Corporate Information and Security (CISO) functions, can align with product security demands.