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Trusted Computing for European Embedded devices (TOISE)
Date du début: 1 janv. 2011, Date de fin: 1 déc. 2013 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

For the future European applications such as Smart Grids for electricity network, smart low energy controlled home appliance, smart logistics and monitoring of goods, environmental or infrastructure sensor networks, and more generally more wireless communications and more networking functionalities, a number of technologies need to be developed and put in place to make the solutions smarter and more secure. TOISE proposes to address the secure tamper resistant solutions needed by the related embedded applications. Trusted Computing now in practise for the PC and workstation area provides a proven approach face to new attacks, by implementing a chain of authentication and integrity from the boot of the computing platform to the applications set up. The objective of TOISE is to define, develop and validate trust hardware and firmware mechanisms applicable both to lightweight embedded devices and as security anchors within related embedded platforms.The aim is to maintain Europe as a worldwide player in the field of efficient implementation of secure integrated devices to address the future European applications. A large initiative is proposed to align a common European position in the area. This will be actually a effort from major European semiconductor, fables and foundry players (Austriamicrosystems, Atmel, Infineon, Numonyx, NXP and STMicroelectronics), four IP providers (Intrinsic-ID, Magillem, Secure IC, Virage Logic) for PUF and secure IP infrastructure, two SME experts in Security solutions or evaluation labs (Brightsight, Fox-IT), five SME experts in Power line communications (AZCom), Metering (Elster), Energy management (MW Energie AG, Mixed Mode), Wireless network for Energy management and Public Health and Administration (TST), competent research groups in the participating countries to support related R&D (Cea Leti and Telecom ParisTech, CNM and UC, FHG SIT and RWTH, ICCS, PoliMi and UniMiB, TUE, BUT),and leaders in the market of secure and safety



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