New Platform Solution Facilitates Security Integration in Complex Automotive Applications for the Autonomous-Driving Era
The escar Conference that has been held in Europe for the past 14 years has established itself as the premier forum for information, discussion and exchange of ideas in this innovative field. On November 16th and 17th, the 14th escar Europe took place in Munich, Germany. For the first time, the event started with two security workshops. These workshops were quickly fully booked.
Infineon, one of the leading semiconductor manufacturers for embedded systems, and ESCRYPT are entering into a partnership designed to bring more security to vehicles and to Industry 4.0. Together, the two companies will develop innovative technologies for the focus markets automotive and Industry 4.0.
From November 8-11, 2016, electronica – the world’s leading trade fair for components, systems, and electronics applications – will take place in Munich. ESCRYPT will be there as part of Infineon’s IoT Security Circle, showcasing a demonstrator for more secure M2M communication in Industry 4.0. In addition, ESCRYPT will be delivering a presentation on embedded vehicle security entitled “With security in the fast lane – a holistic approach to automotive security.” Following the presentation, ESCRYPT managing director Dr.
ESCRYPT’s embedded security experts have released version 3.2 of CycurLIB, the successful cryptographic library. This update furnishes CycurLIB with the latest algorithms relevant for use in embedded systems. New additions include the SHA-3 hash function, the newest member of the SHA family. What’s more, CycurLIB now also offers the ChaCha20 stream cypher, which compared to the popular AES is particularly fast while requiring little memory.