Securing IoT Endpoints with SAM L11, the First 32-bit Microcontroller to Feature Robust, Chip-Level Security and Arm® TrustZone® Technology

This issue of Micro Solutions from MicrochipTechnology features “Securing IoT Endpoints,” an article on Microchip’s new SAM L11 family of 32-bit microcontrollers that combine the industry’s best-in-class low power consumption and water-tolerant, noise-immune capacitive touch.

With the booming growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), implementing security in endpoints is sometimes an afterthought for many designers. However, the increased frequency of security breaches brings a heightened risk of exposing Intellectual Property (IP) and sensitive information to hackers and other malicious attackers. While incorporating robust security early in the design cycle is essential, developers of battery-powered IoT endpoints also need to find ways to successfully reduce power consumption.

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