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Tropic Square, a leader in secure elements for mobile devices, announced today the completion of their initial testing on the newest open-source secure element chip. This chip provides a much needed layer of added security for smart devices.
Tropic Square’s new open-source secure element chip provides a new level of security for a wide range of smart devices. This chip will offer a trusted processing environment for secure transactions and data storage.
This chip is designed to protect user data against malicious hacking attempts. It also aids in keeping all data within the secure element instead of wherever the hacker can access it, thereby making sure data expands only within that trusted environment.
This chip is made of industry-standard hardware and software components, making it easier to cost-effectively deploy and maintain. The chip is also designed with an easy integration process into any hardware or software platform.
This chip will be a valuable addition to the fast-evolving choice of internet-enabled devices, including smart TVs, wearables, and IoT devices. The chip will go a long way in ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data stored on these devices.
The open source secure element chip effectively complements existing hardware and software security measures, helping thwart cyber threats and potential data breaches.
Tropic Square is confident that the completion of initial testing of this chip is a major milestone in their efforts to provide robust security for smart devices. They look forward to introducing the chip to their customers soon.