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No Breaking in with GoodLock!

Concerned or facing imminent security threats? Security continues to baffle the world, especially with more counterfeit products appearing in the market and more edge node devices connecting to the cloud, it is vital that you adjust your security process, policies and architecture accordingly!
 

Adding Security Features to Your Systems is the Critical Foundation of Trust

Future Electronics introduces the GoodLock, a unique and trusted board to help any designer develop and test hardware security solutions to their embedded designs. It’s advanced features, robust hardware, on-board debugger/programmer and cost effectiveness is the perfect platform to add trust to your design product.
 

GoodLock

The GoodLock features the latest security, microcontroller and analog solutions from Microchip.

 

COMING SOON: FREE WEBINAR

Hardware Security 101
With Microchip and Future Electronics


Inside the Future Electronics GoodLock Development Kit that leverages Microchip's Security TrustPlatform

Martin Bernier, Director of Engineering Support Group & System Design Center, Future Electronics

You will hear from: 

Martin Bernier

Director, Engineering Support Group & System Design Centre, Future Electronics

More speakers to come!

Through hardware and software, learn the many ways in which Future Electronics and Microchip are helping designers develop and test security solutions for their embedded designs.

Registration opens soon. Stay tuned!

  • Power up through USB connector (J3) on the GoodLock board, or plug the proper battery on (P5)
  • Ensure SW4 is in ON position
  • The LCD displays Future and Microchip Logos, then home screen
  • Press SW1 to switch to the Demo mode
  • Press SW2 to scroll through Demo screens when SW1 is in Demo screen
  • Make sure the shield board is on MikroBUS™ socket when pressing SW3 (Warning: Disconnect power before connecting the shield board)
  • To authenticate, pick a Key, and insert into J1, press SW3
  • If it was a Good Key, the Lock will open and Green LEDs will blink
  • If it was a Bad Key, the Lock will not open and Red LEDs will blink
  • If there is no Key, the Lock will not open and the Yellow LEDs will turn on

Features

  • Complete development platform based on Microchip’s SAML11 ARM Cortex-M23, Industry’s Lowest Power 32-bit MCUs, with Chip-Level Security and Arm® TrustZone® Technology
  • The TrustZone technology is a System-on-Chip (SoC) and MCU system-wide approach to security that enables Secure and Non-Secure application code to run on a single MCU
  • Onboard programmer/debugger
  • MikroElektronika expansion header (Click Boards for numerous applications)
  • OLED Display
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 2 Keys with Secure Element ATECC608A with the following capabilities:
    • Cryptographic Co-Processor with Secure Hardware-Based Key Storage
    • Hardware Support for Asymmetric Sign, Verify, Key Agreement
    • Hardware Support for Symmetric Algorithms
  • Padlock out of the box demo
    • Hacker Demo (download available)
    • Secure Bootloader (download available)
    • Authentication Demo (loaded on board)

 


Trust Shield

The Trust Shield Platform consists of a Microchip SAM D21 microcontroller configured as the main MCU. It comes pre-programmed with Microchip`s Secure Products Group (SPG) kit protocol. This protocol facilitates the communication between the CryptoAuthentication devices ATECC608A-TFLXTLS (TrustFLEX) and the host MCU over the USB HID interface. The Trust Shield can be use with the Goodlock platform or in a standalone application.

Trust Shield

GoodLock Platform

SAML11 Secure MCU
Lowest Power 32-bit MCUs, Chip-Level Security and Arm® TrustZone® Technology.

ATECC608A-TFLXTLS
Cryptographic co-processor with secure hardware-based key storage.

MCP1642D-ADJ
PWM Boost Regulator.

MCP6C02
High-side current sense amplifier.

MCP73871
USB/AC Battery Charger with Power Path Management.

MCP3421
Single channel low-noise, high accuracy delta-sigma A/D.

MIC5504-3.3
Single 300mA LDO.

AT32UC3A
Debugger/Programmer, low power 32-bit AVR32 UC RISC-based MCU.

Battery sold separately – orderable part numbers:
FUT-GDLK-BAT1
FUT-GDLK-BAT2

 

 

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