Hardware Roots of Trust (HRoT) are becoming relied upon to secure modern silicon chip designs, providing a variety of functions such as secure storage and boot, key management and identity authentication. HRoTs are typically responsible for implementing a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) that enforces separation and isolation between workloads from different parties, all while running on the same physical hardware.
Tortuga Logic’s products ensure that system designs built around a Root of Trust are protected from exploits by detecting vulnerabilities during the hardware-software interaction. Security verification analysis identifies the source of the potential breach, so technology is not compromised due to inadequate hardware design.
Explore how Tortuga Logic’s products are used to secure Hardware Roots of Trust in IoT, datacenters and automotive processors.