Secure Boot and Soteria G2

Secure Boot and Soteria G2

Explore the benefits of a platform root of trust and describe how Microchip supports this with the CEC1712 microcontroller and Soteria code.

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About this course

This class will explain the purpose and benefits of a platform root of trust and describe how Microchip supports this with the CEC1712 microcontroller and Soteria code. The CEC1712/Soteria solution ensures system firmware resiliency by establishing a “Chain of Trust” using immutable memory and signed code.  Verified code is protected, threats are detected, and damaged images are recovered. This training explores the fundamentals of how Soteria works on our CEC1712 and how it can benefit any system loading code images into a processor from a SPI flash.

Curriculum18 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Firmware Attacks and Their Impact 1 min
  • What is Secure Boot? 1 min
  • Bootloader 2 min
  • SPI Flash Image Structure 2 min
  • Crypto Suite 2 min
  • Boot Time 2 min
  • Firmware Resiliancy 2 min
  • Business Solutions 3 min
  • Summary 1 min

About this course

This class will explain the purpose and benefits of a platform root of trust and describe how Microchip supports this with the CEC1712 microcontroller and Soteria code. The CEC1712/Soteria solution ensures system firmware resiliency by establishing a “Chain of Trust” using immutable memory and signed code.  Verified code is protected, threats are detected, and damaged images are recovered. This training explores the fundamentals of how Soteria works on our CEC1712 and how it can benefit any system loading code images into a processor from a SPI flash.

Curriculum18 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Firmware Attacks and Their Impact 1 min
  • What is Secure Boot? 1 min
  • Bootloader 2 min
  • SPI Flash Image Structure 2 min
  • Crypto Suite 2 min
  • Boot Time 2 min
  • Firmware Resiliancy 2 min
  • Business Solutions 3 min
  • Summary 1 min