Heightened Security MCUs with Appealing Pricing Structure

01 June 2024

Aimed at attending to the security expectations of IoT infrastructure, while also keeping the costs involved down to acceptable levels, the PIC32CK microcontroller units (MCUs) from Microchip each has an integrated hardware security module (HSM) subsystem.

Through this true random number generation of encryption keys and secure key management, plus secure debug and secure boot functionality can all be benefited from. These new 32-bit devices, which utilise Arm Cortex-M33 core processing capabilities, also boast Arm TrustZone technology to ensure superior code and data protection. They comply with the ISO/SAE 21434 cybersecurity standard, as well as adhering to ISO 26262 functional safety requirements. Up to 2MBytes of dual-panel flash and 512kBytes SRAM memory can be specified. 10/100 Ethernet, CAN FD and USB interfacing are all incorporated. 

“Emerging requirements make security mandatory for the majority of IoT connected devices. The PIC32CK makes it cost effective to provide hardware-based security to mid-range microcontroller applications,” notes Rod Drake, Microchip’s CVP for 32-bit MCU Products. “Microchip’s ecosystem of tools and security expertise help our customers navigate the complexities of the new requirements and provide lifecycle support for their products.”

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