Caroline Hayes, Senior Editor at Chip Design, recently published an article titled “The Evolution of TrustZone in an Insecure World.” TrustZone is ARM’s OS-neutral, hardware-isolation technology designed to keep data secure within ARM-based systems. Hayes writes:
“The launch of TrustZone was at London’s Tower of London, in 2003, where visitor attractions include the Crown Jewels.”
It’s a short article but it gives you a better idea of what TrustZone is and how you might want to use it.
The Xilinx Zynq family of All Programmable SoCs incorporates ARM TrustZone technology. You can get more information about the TrustZone implementation in Zynq SoCs by reading: