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SESIP slides towards market readiness as IoT security layer

While Netherland’s Brightsight is not a widely known name, it has been around for years in the security certification and testing space and we first came across the business in 2010 as ARM was starting to find its way into the security space, leveraging Trustzone and have covered its involvement in what was initially called SEPIA (Secure Embedded Platform with Process Isolation and Anonymity) in partnership with ARM, Infineon, Giesecke & Devrient and Austria’s Graz University of Technology back in 2010/2012. Today it claims to carry out more security evaluations than any other company in the world, more than 3 x than its closest rival, and at Embedded World 2020 a few weeks ago, it announced it is the first…

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