ARMv8-M secure debug demo- BUD17-DF13

“The new generation for ARM Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33, the first in the new
family of ARMv8-M architecture, introduce optimized TrustZone security features
into small devices. The CoreLink SSE-200 subsystem combines all of the latest ARM IP to provide a foundation for building a secure IoT node. Those new processors and subsystems make it easier for developers to create secure and energy efficient IoT solutions for the interconnected IoT world.
This demo shows a secret code, changing randomly every 10 seconds, via a
secure LCD peripheral. A switch, configured as a secure peripheral, allows
to change debug authentication permissions to grant or deny access to the secure space via the debugger.
The background of this demo shows the secure and non-secure code and memory partition, non-secure and secure code interaction via secure gateways, and the debug authentication feature of the processor to protect a secure space from the non authorized JTAG/debug access.
The audience is going to learn about the CoreLink SSE-200 secure features and
how to build secure applications on it. In addition, the audience is going to see in action how the secure code and memory is protected against the debugger.”

Team: LITE

Category: Demo Friday