Concurrent enhances security for existing product ranges
Concurrent Technologies announces a range of measures to help customers improve the security for their AdvancedMC, CompactPCI, VME, VPX and XMC boards based on Intel processor devices since 2014 and which will also be available on all boards planned for release this year based on next generation technologies.
For those customers using Windows 10 or a recent version of Linux, Concurrent Technologies now offers a factory fitted TPM 2.0 as an alternative build option to the original TPM 1.2 device. This offers an elevated level of flexibility: those customers already in deployment who need consistency can still obtain boards without a TPM or with the more basic TPM 1.2 and those still developing their solutions can use the TPM 2.0. The new TPM 2.0 provides improved cryptographic algorithms, enhanced authorization and simplified management features.
Concurrent Technologies is now marketing specific security capabilities as separate utilities. Initial examples include UEFI based Secure Boot and Sanitization capabilities that are compliant to the appropriate US Defense Security Service standards. Having individual utilities allows customers to select the security element that is appropriate to their needs. For a more holistic solution, Concurrent Technologies continues to enhance their flagship Guardian Security offering that has been available for several years. Guardian Security includes many hardware, firmware and software features specific to each board with three key goals: preventing unauthorized use of secure equipment; preventing unauthorized access to sensitive data and allowing sensitive data to be purged on-demand.