This is the first EAL 5+ evaluation of a TEE product that satisfies the requirements of a well-recognized TEE protection profile. Due to the high level of assurance requirements prescribed with the EAL 5+ level, both product security robustness and security evaluation techniques needed to be carefully designed and executed to satisfy the quality levels both Riscure and Trustonic are committed to delivering to the market.
Security achievements and certifications are quickly becoming a key differentiator in the Mobile and Automotive industries. “With the automotive cyber security landscape constantly evolving, we know just how hard it can be for automotive companies to stay updated on what they need to certify and how the certification schemes work. Knowing what to certify and at which level can be a confusing topic,” said Andrew Till, Trustonic’s Secure Platform General Manager. “That’s why we were delighted to work with Riscure on achieving this Common Criteria certificate that can further support our automotive partners.”
“Certifications like this illustrate how Automotive, Mobile, and IoT markets shift from the sole focus on functional requirements to the inclusion of security considerations as well. Our team is fully equipped to support development teams like Trustonic in their long-term journey towards commendable security robustness,” – said Pascal van Gimst, VP of Global Sales and Business Development. “We at Riscure are always proud to establish such strong cooperations with vendors that lead to driving security forward .”
Trustonic powers trust in technology by embedding security into smart devices and connected cars for businesses to innovate and embrace new opportunities with peace of mind. Using best-in-class hardware-level security coupled with software app protection, Trustonic secures revenue, powers innovation, and ensures reliability.
Based in Cambridge, UK, Trustonic was initially created from a joint venture between ARM, Thales, and G&D. Today, it counts the world’s leading car manufacturers, financial institutions, and mobile operators as customers, as well as every tier one Android handset manufacturer.