• Security Evaluation Standard for IoT Platforms (SESIP) defined by Global Platform
  • Platform Security Assurance (PSA) defined by Arm 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).
  • PCI Security Standards Council certification refers to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certification. This set of security standards developed by major credit card companies ensures that all merchants who accept, store, process, or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment.
The 5 assurance levels defined by SESIP

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:

Mapping between the security functionality defined in the PSA rotection Profile and the SFRs

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.

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