Musca: Research IoT security with Arm test chip

| October 10, 2018

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Musca is a test chip using TrustZone technology and built from the latest Arm IP for IoT (Cortex-M33, SSE-200 subsystem, CryptoCell). It is available as a loan at no cost for academics. This session will present the program and offer a hands-on opportunity to try the Musca boards and the open-source Trusted Firmware-M software.

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