Inside Secure Releases Latest True Random Number Generator Providing Continuous Protection against Security Threats in IoT and Datacenters



Inside Secure announces the release of its newest version of TRNG-IP-76, the company’s true random number generator (TRNG). TRNG-IP-76 is 50 times more efficient than what’s on the market today, and successfully addresses two of the critical challenges for SoC providers: security and power consumption. The company will be present this week at the 2017 IoT Dev Con in Santa Clara to talk about their newest TRNG and how developers can best secure their IoT devices.

Modern data encryption uses random cryptographic keys to encrypt and protect data, starting with efficient true random number generation. With Inside Secure’s new TRNG-IP-76, entropy generation rates are significantly improved to address markets that require large amounts of random data or where fast startup times are necessary. This IP is also suitable for HDCP (high-bandwidth digital control Protection) or other use cases with a key exchange protocol that has fixed requirements for startup and response times. Both the locking and sampling methods that enable the faster entropy harvesting are patented by Inside Secure. Additionally, the TRNG-IP-76 satisfies the latest NIST standards, FIPS 140-2, SP800-90A and SP800-90B+C draft with SHA-1 & SHA-256 conditioning functions or BCDF (block-cipher-based derivation function). TRNG-IP-76 is AIS-31 ready; it includes the required tests for AIS-31 in hardware.

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