Your processor needs a bodyguard.
Dover Microsystems’ CoreGuard® technology is the only solution that prevents the exploitation of software vulnerabilities and enables processors to defend themselves against network-based attacks.Watch Video
Forget Everything You Know About Cybersecurity
On average, all complex software contains up to 50 bugs per 1,000 lines of code. So, it’s no surprise that nearly every cyberattack relies on exploiting a software vulnerability. Today’s cybersecurity solutions focus on building defensive software around networks and applications to protect our embedded systems. Rather than securing the system, this approach actually increases a system’s vulnerability by adding yet another layer of inherently flawed software. As a result, companies and individuals are left even more exposed.
CoreGuard silicon IP provides a separate, sentry processor that acts as a bodyguard to the host processor, monitoring every instruction executed to ensure it complies with a set of security, safety, and privacy rules. If an instruction violates an existing rule, CoreGuard stops it from executing before any damage can be done.
The Foundation of IoT Trust
Incorporating CoreGuard into processors in embedded systems provides unprecedented security, safety, and privacy.
In the fast-growing connected world of IoT and Edge Computing, NXP's mission is to provide comprehensive security against physical, logical, and network attacks. We recognized the innovation and revolutionary approach of CoreGuard in protecting devices against network-based attacks right at the processor level, perfectly complementing our suite of embedded security capabilities.
Dover Microsystems provides a new and unique security solution previously unavailable to the RISC-V community. With CoreGuard as part of the DesignShare catalog, RISC-V users now have a secure computing solution available.
My experience over several decades of research on cybersecurity has convinced me that a robust solution to the cybersecurity threat must involve a holistic design in which the hardware uses metadata to systemically enforce software-defined security policies. Dover Microsystems provides such a solution which makes it a unique and robust offering in today’s market.
Industrial industries are undergoing a rapid transformation. The evolution of sensor technology coupled with advancements in machine learning and analytic capabilities have created an unprecedented opportunity to optimize processes and improve profits. Ensuring those systems are protected from cybersecurity threats is a top priority – which is why I am thrilled to be on Dover’s advisory board as they will play an integral role in securing the Industrial IoT revolution.