At Arm TechCon 2017, we announced a major program to improve IoT security, called Platform Security Architecture (PSA). PSA is a common framework aiming to provide a holistic approach to IoT security.
Learn everything you need to know about PSA with the resources below. These will be updated when new materials become available.
Download now: Threat Models and Security Analyses documentation
The TMSA is a starting point for assessing the security risk facing a selection of connected devices. From this research, the right level of security can be determined, and then functional requirements established to mitigate the threats.
Now available! Open Source Trusted Firmware-M
Arm wants to make security simpler and more cost effective, by making high quality reference code and documents accessible – as security becomes more complex, all developers need access to these resources.
We have released the first open source reference implementation firmware that conforms to the PSA specification, Trusted Firmware-M, at the end of March 2018.
What's coming next
If you’d like to know more about what’s coming next for PSA, read the latest press release
If you’re new to PSA, you may find these resources useful. They cover everything you need to need to know about PSA in different formats, including webinars, whitepapers and blog posts.
Partner white paper by Cypress Semiconductor: Threat-based Analysis Method for IoT Devices
Blog post by Arm's Rob Coombs: New open source Trusted Firmware M project
Blog post by Arm’s Mike Eftimakis: How a test chip can help the IoT industry to evolve
Blog post by Arm’s Rob Coombs: IoT Security should start with analysis
Blog post by Arm’s Bob Morris: Insecurity of things in the home
Blog post by Arm’s Berenice Mann: Platform Security Architecture – Scalable Security for the IoT
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