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SecureIoT1702 Demo Board

Part Number: DM990012

Status: No Longer Available

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This product is no longer available for sale. See alternative: DM990013

The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is a Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT device.

Contact security_help@microchip.com for more information on

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Product Features

    • CEC1702 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M4F Controller with Integrated Crypto
    • Compact, high-contrast, serial graphic LCD Display Module with back-light
    • 2x4 matrix of push buttons inputs
    • USB-UART Converter as debug interface
    • Potentiometer to ADC channel
    • Serial Quad I/O (SQI) flash
    • OTP programmable in CEC1702
    • Two expansion headers compatible with MikroElektronika mikroBUS™ Expansion interface

Summary

This product is no longer available for sale. See alternative: DM990013

The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is a Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT device.

Contact security_help@microchip.com for more information on Microchip’s CEC1702 enabled products.

 

 The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is a small form factor evaluation board that can be used for development, evaluation and demos. The SecureIoT1702 Demo board is designed to utilize the processing and the hardware capabilities of the CEC1702 cryptography enabled ARM® Cortex®-M4-based microcontroller. For additional information visit: http://www.microchip.com/CEC1702


The CEC1702 provides a robust hardware cryptography cypher suite for encryption and decryption, authentication and private and public key management in addition to secure boot. Algorithms include AES256, SHA-512, RSA-4096, ECDSA, EC-KCDSA, Ed25519, true random number generator and 2.5K bits of One Time Programmable (OTP) memory.

CEC1702 secure boot provides a HW-based root of trust in IoT applications.  Secure boot allows equipment manufactures to establish a hardware-based root of trust. This is a critical feature for customers concerned about authenticating system-critical commands such as power plants or online server databases. It is also vital for customers that want to protect their brand and revenue stream from the adverse effects of a security breach.

Protecting system integrity has never been more important. Whether it’s being used as a security coprocessor or a standalone microcontroller, the CEC1702 delivers a multi-dimensional defense against attacks, including: 
o Pre-boot authentication of system firmware: Providing an immutable identity and a root of trust to ensure that the firmware is untouched and hasn’t been corrupted
o Firmware update authentication: Verifying that the firmware update has not been corrupted and is from a trusted source
o Authentication of system critical commands: Attesting that any system-critical command is from a known source with authorization to make the given change, preventing potentially devastating actions
o Protection of secrets with encryption: Safeguarding code and data to prevent theft or malicious activities

Click here for Web Version of the: SecureIoT1702 Demo Board User’s Guide or the PDF version from Documentation Section below.

Package Contents

Package Contents Include:
SecureIoT1702 Board
DS50002617A – Doc, Info Sheet
DS30000030 – Doc, Warranty/Registration
DS30000210 – Doc, Important Information