The Cortex-M processor series is designed to enable developers to create cost-sensitive and power-constrained solutions for a broad range of devices. Cortex-M35P is the first Armv8-M processor with tamper-resistance built in to bring physical security within reach of any IoT product.
The Cortex-M35P processor with TrustZone, MPU, and physical security features has been certified to EAL6+ for the Common Criteria ISO 15408 standard. This industry-first certification provides SoC designers a trusted, simplified route to security for applications that require a high level of protection, such as SIM cards, banking cards, or identity cards.
Find out how Cortex-M35P state-of-the-art security features can help protect assets from physical attacks and software attacks.
Arm CryptoIsland products isolate roots of trust and increase ease of reuse crucial to payment and identity applications. Arm CryptoIsland-300P combines physical isolation of the security subsystem.
CryptoCell products provide cryptography and platform-related security services for a variety of end uses. The Arm CryptoCell family (Arm Cryptocell-312P) assures the integrity, authenticity and confidentiality of code and data belonging to different stakeholders.
Arm provides secure compute platforms for a range of security-focused
applications—from smartcards, SIMs, and other secure elements to
feature-rich secured devices in mobile handsets, tablet computers, DTVs,
set-top boxes, and enterprise systems. We have recently expanded security
offerings to address market requirements for developer-friendly,
deterministic, real-time embedded and IoT applications.
Arm-based chips, device architectures, and technologies orchestrate the performance of everything that makes modern life possible — from smartphones to agricultural sensors and from medical instruments to servers.
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- Designing a system-on-chip (SoC) with an Arm Cortex-M processor