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Tropic Square joins IoT Security Foundation to Drive Transparent IoT Solutions

May 23, 2024
Press Release

Prague, Czech Republic May 23, 2024 – Tropic Square, innovators in transparent and auditable secure semiconductors joins the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF), the global association committed to ensuring the security and reliability of Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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IoTSF unites companies worldwide to enhance cybersecurity defenses by collaborating with its members to offer guidelines, best practices, and resources for secure IoT deployments. As IoT devices become more integral in both personal and professional environments, IoTSF tackles the challenge of mobilizing robust security measures.

Tropic Square develops open secure chips that protect IoT devices from advanced attacks. These chips serve as a hardware Root of Trust (RoT), with the security based on transparency. Technical details on the security design and logic are made accessible to the open source community. The openness serves to equip design engineers with components that empower secure product development, as well as cross communication for resolving vulnerabilities. 

Tropic Square’s approach aligns with IoTSF's mission to inform the public and ensure the ongoing safety of IoT systems. The joint efforts aim to strengthen security defenses to evolve alongside emerging challenges in IoT devices, while aligning IoT product lifecycle to upcoming legislation like the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act and Cybersecurity Act.

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About Tropic Square

Tropic Square is a fabless semiconductor and IP company founded in 2020 as a response to the need for secure open hardware co-processors. We stand for TRuly Open Integrated Circuits by developing and producing secure cryptographic coprocessors and IPs.  Our designs are tested by experts in the open source community and made available for community use.

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