SPYRUS debuts FIPS 140-2 Level 3 security in a Box secure storage SDK for multiple development platforms

SPYRUS Inc. announced Wednesday a comprehensive development and support environment for Security in a Box Secure Storage SDK with FIPS 140-2 Level 3 encrypted storage devices. The initial Secure Storage SDK will be supported on Windows and Linux x86 platforms, Raspberry Pi 3, Qualcomm Dragonboard 410c, and the TI OMAP family of embedded processors.

Supported SPYRUS products will include AES-256 hardware encrypted Rosetta TrustedFlash microSDHC and the USB 3.0 SSD class PocketVault P-3X.

Depending on the model and implementation, sizes will range from 256MB to 2TB and beyond. SPYRUS Secure Storage products along with their internal Rosetta SPYCOS hardware Roots of Trust are essential to securing mission critical end points and data collection devices in the Internet of Things.

Other targeted applications include mission data storage for UAVs, wearable and in-vehicle cameras, real time health monitoring of aircraft, power grids, national infrastructure, telemedicine, and homeland security.

The rugged SPYRUS encrypted storage devices deliver high-security, plug and play USB 3.0 and microSD hardware encryption and authentication built on trusted Secured By SPYRUS technology.

Internal Rosetta SPYCOS PKI HSMs employ the same Suite B military grade security used by the US and other Governments to protect Data at Rest. Cryptographic components in every SPYRUS security storage device are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the United States.

An added benefit of the SPYRUS line of secure storage solutions is the ability to access the internal HSM to add further capabilities such as providing authentication and public key enabled (PKE) and One Time Password (OTP) application services used by enterprise and Government organizations for two factor authentication and secure communications.

“With the release of this Secure Storage SDK, SPYRUS broadens the support for its Security in a Box family of trusted components suitable for integration into today’s growing network of critical storage and monitoring applications,” said Tom Dickens, SPYRUS COO. “Through its web portal, SPYRUS provides easy access to code repositories, scripts, and related source code samples to provide simple integration with the extensive SPYRUS product suite of FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified storage devices and hardware security modules.”


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