Trustonic’s hardware-backed security platform, TSP, enables secure and private data extraction, processing, storage and transmission. The technology:
- Enables a secure image processing channel from the sensor to the application processor;
- Provides cryptographic tools to protect individuals’ sensitive medical data;
- Ensures data integrity;
- Creates a secure environment to run algorithms analyzing raw data from the sensor;
- Encrypts sensitive data when being shared with the cloud.
Do Young Lee, CEO of OPTOLANE, says: “There is clear demand for innovative new diagnostics solutions that go from ‘sample-to-answer’ in real-time. Importantly, though, we fully understand our responsibility to protect patient data. To deliver connectivity while protecting the sensitive personal data collected by diagnostic devices, we needed a proven hardware-backed security foundation. Trustonic’s experience protecting smartphones, wearables and IoT hardware and securing critical mobile applications in the financial and automotive sectors is assurance that our devices and patient data are secured to the highest standard.”
OPTOLANE expects to receive FDA certification for the new device in the first quarter of 2020. Once certification is achieved the product will be available to clinicians in healthcare facilities around the world.
Learn more about Trustonic solutions for connected medical devices.
Learn more about OPTOLANE’s product portfolio, visit: http://optolane.com/
*The TEE is a secure area of the main processor in a smart phone (or any connected device) that ensures sensitive data is stored, processed and protected in an isolated, trusted environment. The TEE’s ability to offer isolated safe execution of authorized security software, known as ‘trusted applications’, enables it to provide end-to-end security by enforcing protection, confidentiality, integrity and data access rights. The TEE offers a level of protection against software attacks, generated in the Rich OS environment. It assists in the control of access rights and houses sensitive applications, which need to be isolated from the Rich OS.