SESIP and PSA provide different evaluation methodologies that can cope with the diversity of IoT devices. SESIP defines five assurance levels ranging from “self-assessment” to “reuse of SOG-IS Common Criteria evaluation” to ensure the highest level of robustness. PSA defines three assurance levels to protect devices against: basic vulnerabilities (Level 1); scalable software attacks (Level 2); and substantial hardware attacks (Level 3).
To align both standards, SESIP L3 profile proposes a mapping between the security functionality defined in the PSA L3 Protection Profile and the SFRs (Security Functional Requirements) listed in the SESIP L3 catalogue [SESIP]. This profile also includes some optional SFRs aiming to cover most of the platform use cases.
Our STM32 offer different levels of security:
These are targeted certifications. To get the accurate list of certified devices and access the certificates, click on above certification icons or connect to PSA certified & and SESIP websites.