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OPTOLANE Chooses Trustonic to Protect New Connected Medical Diagnostic Devices

Best-in-class cybersecurity technology born in the smartphone ecosystem used to secure sensitive patient data.

3rd December, 2019 – Device and application security leader Trustonic today announces that OPTOLANE has selected Trustonic Secured Platform (TSP) to bring security and trust to the company’s new connected medical diagnostic device. The product is primarily used at the point-of-care for early diagnosis and preventative healthcare, particularly for diagnosing cancer, infectious diseases and congenital abnormalities.


Casio Chooses Trustonic to Secure and Enhance Next-gen Smartwatches

Trustonic Secured Platform helps Casio protect new flagship wearable device

September 24, 2019 – Device and application security leader Trustonic today announces that Casio has selected Trustonic Secured Platform (TSP) to bring additional security and trust to its next-generation flagship wearable. The Casio PRO TREK Smart WSD-F21HR launched in August with a range of innovative features, including GPS, offline maps, heart rate and VO2 max measurement, designed for athletes and consumers who enjoy the outdoors.


The Benefits of Trusted User Interface (TUI)

Trusted User Interfaces (TUIs) are the next big thing for securing critical mobile apps. The Trusted User Interface feature allows a Trusted Application to interact directly with the user via a common display and touch screen, completely isolated from the main device OS.


Adding ASLR to a microkernel-based operating system

When implementing ASLR and Stack Canaries for this year’s Trustonic Secure Platform (TSP) product, Kinibi-410, we faced several challenges due to our TEE being a microkernel-based operating system: How should we randomize the bootstrap components?




Four Key Takeaways from GlobalPlatform’s TEE Seminar

After a busy day hearing from the industry’s Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) experts at GlobalPlatform’s TEE Seminar in Beijing, I’m back to business as usual. Amid the varied use cases, new deployments and vast potential for the TEE to provide security for digital services and devices, there were several stand-out themes and important takeaways for organisations involved in delivering digital services.



Galaxy S8 – a focus on security

Samsung has caused quite a stir with the Galaxy S8...but the real talking point is the security that Samsung has built into its latest offering.



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