wolfSSL has partnered with Atmel to provide users of the wolfSSL embedded SSL/TLS library the ability to take advantage of the Atmel ATECC508A crypto element. From the Atmel page:
“Due to lack of better alternatives, TLS implementations have historically stored private keys and authentication credentials in software where they are more vulnerable to attack. In addition, the mathematics used for authentication and asymmetric key agreement were also done in software which is less feasible in small IoT devices that have limited code space and processing power.
The Atmel Hardware-TLS platform provides an interface between software TLS packages and the ATECC508A cryptographic co-processor. wolfSSL and OpenSSL implementations can now utilize hardware-based secure storage for private keys and authentication data and also allow resource-constrained IoT nodes to implement full elliptic curve authentication and Diffie-Hellman key agreement and session key derivation. With Atmel HW-TLS, TLS communications links can have hardened security even out to the smallest IoT edge node.”
Full details can be found on the Atmel website:
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