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CryptoManager Trusted Services

Flexible cloud-to-silicon secure connectivity, analytics and security management product suite for service providers, operators, and OEMs.


Solution Overview

CryptoManager Components Product Brief Description
IoT Security Service
Turnkey Device to Cloud IoT Security Service for OEMs and Service Providers

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Security Lifecycle Management

Cloud-to-silicon Security Ecosystem across multiple chipset and PaaS architectures

Secure credential management, authentication, and device protection using encrypted communication

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Seamless Secure Connectivity

Based on proven platform to provision billions of chips

Establish independent trust between devices and services throughout the device lifecycle

Flexible Platform Integration

Flexible Platform Integration

Designed to integrate with multiple chipsets and PaaS architectures

Secure services implemented via a hardware or software root of trust

As the amount of valuable data stored and communicated across devices continues to grow in the mobile, automotive and IoT segments, the need for robust security services is becoming increasingly necessary. This issue is further compounded by the fractured ecosystem for devices and services across these segments.

The Rambus CryptoManager Trusted Services support a variety of root of trust configurations via a hardware core or secure software, providing a scalable and flexible security solution. Our solutions support out-of-the-box secure connectivity, credential provisioning and device security lifecycle management.

The CryptoManager IoT Security Service provides a turnkey Security-as-a-Service solution that protects service high-availability for OEMs and Service providers. Designed to support multiple chipset and PaaS architectures, our IoT Security Service.

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Mitigating DDoS Attacks with Secure IoT Endpoints

IoT life-cycle management should be implemented via a hardware root-of-trust to ensure secure updates of firmware and cryptographic keys. A hardware root-of-trust with a cryptographic identifier also allows each IoT device to be uniquely and cryptographically verified to determine if it is authorized to connect to a specific cloud service. Spoofed or unauthorized devices are easily identified by the service and denied access. This secure connectivity paradigm helps mitigate the effectiveness (and damage) of DDoS attacks against the IoT service itself, while ensuring the integrity and protection of collected data.

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Use Cases


Large OEM customers requesting personalization, customer specific data preparation and feature customization of standard parts challenge the chipmakers ability to minimize inventory overhead and improve operating efficiencies.

Secure Key Provisioning

With mobile devices housing more and more sensitive data that is utilized in a wide variety of applications, chip and device companies must meet the complex security requirements for each potential use case or capability.

Cyber Security in the Era of the Smart Home

The widespread use of connected smart home devices has created an attractive target for cyber criminals and other unscrupulous operators. Smart home security should therefore be viewed as a primary design goal, rather than a tertiary afterthought. To be sure, consumers increasingly expect their devices to be protected out of the box, with seamless over-the air-updates (OTA) implemented securely. However, OEMs need to be assured that securing smart home devices is not an insurmountable goal that negatively impacts profitability or time to market. As such, smart home devices should be protected by a turnkey security solution that can be easily implemented, maintained and upgraded to meet the evolving challenges of a dynamic threat landscape.

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From the blog

IoT Cyber-Security – A Missing Piece of the Smart City Puzzle

Smart cities present a huge market opportunity of $1.56 trillion. However, the interconnectedness of devices introduces cyber-physical technologies that link cyber systems to physical systems, thereby removing the barrier between the cyber and physical worlds in smart cities and expanding the potential attack surface for malicious actors. As such, connected smart city devices and services should be protected by a turnkey security solution that can be easily implemented, maintained and upgraded to meet the evolving challenges of a dynamic threat landscape.

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