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PSA Certified security assessment

Certify IOT security solutions to gain market recognition with excellent performance, service and experience. Brought to you by the leading IOT and Embedded Security Lab.

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PSA Certified provides a simple, comprehensive and market relevant approach to demonstrate security of your product to the market. It comprises two elements: a multi-level, security robustness scheme (Levels 1, 2 and 3) and a developer focused API test suite. PSA Certified enables device makers to achieve the security required for their use case through these three progressive levels of security assurance, each requiring increasingly rigorous hardware and software security evaluation, which are assigned by analyzing the use case threat vectors. The program enables IoT device makers, software vendors and independent labs to help build trust in the security of a new generation of IoT products.

Riscure of is a fully accredited lab under the PSA Certified program and we are dedicated to helping our customers to certify their products, gain market recognition and if necessary to support our customers in improving the security of their products.

Benefits of working with Riscure

Riscure is founding member of the PSA Certified Security Assessment

Extensive experience and deep knowledge of embedded and chipset security makes us the most effective and efficient partner to gain your PSA security certification

Riscure offers pre-certification and customer support to make PSA certifications successful

Besides evaluation Riscure also supports its clients in improving the security of their solutions

We believe industrywide collaboration is required to ensure all levels of IoT security needs are met for consumer and industrial products. Riscure’s evaluation and PSA certification underscore the quality of Silicon Labs’ IoT security solutions, providing designers and consumers with the data they need to determine if an end product is secure.
- Riku Mettala, Vice President of IoT Software and Tools, Silicon Labs

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