Multi-Protocol Engine IPs offer acceleration of IPsec, MACsec, SSL/TLS/DTLS, sRTP and basic hash-crypto in architectures ranging from the look-aside engines to the more sophisticated, powerful inline packet engines.
Inside Secure FIPS Security Toolkit provides the professional tools you need to secure your devices and applications. It allows you to deploy high security consistently across platforms without re-designing the security architecture or modifying every application.
Inside Secure TLS Toolkit is a TLS protocol implementation in C language with minimalistic system dependencies making it easily portable on any platform. Inside’s TLS Toolkit powers millions of products ranging from embedded devices with very limited capabilities to high-end network equipment.
The Inside Secure Circuit Camouflage Technology protects specialized security features and functions of customized ASICs from reverse engineering and cloning. The SypherMedia Library (SML) is a camouflage technique that utilizes standard tools and design methodology, doesn’t rely on coatings or shields, and provides a high return on investment for silicon manufacturers and customers.
The Inside Secure Silicon IP MACsec Engine has solutions for a variety of use cases ranging from single channel 1Gbps Ethernet encryption up to and over 600Gbps encryption for multi-channel Ethernet and FlexE. The EIP-164 is a high-performance MACsec frame processing engine that provides complete MACsec SecY frame transformation for multiple channels and virtual ports; the EIP-164 works with the EIP-163, a virtual port matching classifier for a complete MACsec processing data path.
Inside Secure device provisioning equipment secures secrets when provisioned during the manufacturing process. This code protection and whitebox technology ensures that these secrets remain secure and protected throughout the entire device’s lifetime. The solution doesn’t require any hardware security resources available on the device, however if available, it can be easily configured to a variety of common hardware and software architecture.