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Is your medical device design truly secured? Why would you harden your IoT Security with the ATECC608A for Google Cloud IoT Core? Securing communication with a Cloud service and manipulating keys comes with many challenges: storing and using keys in the microcontroller exposes them, operating systems and software have bugs, the Heartbleed bug for OpenSSL was notable by easily exposing keys. An easy way to hack an IoT device today is to physically attack the embedded system and spoof the private key which is likely located in the clear of a microcontroller memory. But hacking a single device or transaction is typically not of value to an attacker. Hackers are looking for weaknesses that will enable them to exploit a large number of connected devices.
In this use case, we illustrate how the ATECC608A combined with Google Cloud IoT Core from Google Cloud Platform enables secure authentication. The philosophy with secure elements in IoT is to provide a unique, trusted and protected identity. First a word on Google Cloud IoT Core. Sub underneath that can aggregate dispersed device data into a single global system that integrates seamlessly with Google Cloud data analytics services.
The links in the “Getting started” tab explain how to provision the ATECC608A with Python based provisioning scripts as well as how to setup the Google Cloud IoT Core account and policies. Trust cannot rely only on the device but also on the manufacturing process. Exploiting third party weaknesses is one of the top targets for hackers. Isolating keys and secrets from manufacturing is equally vital. Customers can leave this burden to Microchip’s secure factories and leverage our trusted provisioning service already used by thousands of companies. It’s zero touch, the private keys are never exposed.
In a mass production environment, a secret exchange between Microchip customer and our secure provisioning service occurs. The private keys are never exposed to user, manufacturing or software. Bitcoin Cash was created back in August of last year. Many in the cryptocurrency community consider forks like these to be simple cash grabs at best, and potential scams at worst. LCC as far as I can tell. Read on for a basic guide on how to safely sell your LCC. 0 of the popular miner was released about a week ago, and I’ve been running it on my own rigs for several days now with no issues.