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To complement the M-Shield mobile security technology’s hardware-based system-level solution, TI developed a security middleware component that includes a security framework and TrustZone standard-based APIs. This security middleware component enables interoperability, faster development and streamlining of security-based applications.

The secure software environment is also responsible for interfacing the cryptography engine to higher levels of the system, such as the operating system, industry-standard security protocols and interfaces (OMA DRM, WM-DRM, SSL, TLS, IPSec, etc.). With a wide range of TI partners, time to market and ROI can be improved with third-party security applications.

Conclusion

For a high-value services deployment to be successful, end users, content providers, OEMs and service providers must be confident that the handset offers the right level of security. As the value and complexity of applications and high-value content increases, their protection becomes essential to conversely protect the large investments made in them.

For more information

www.ti.com/m-shield

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