Infineon Announces Production of Security Chips in U.S. Foundry; IBM Burlington Plant Qualified to Supply Security Chips for Secure Government ID Programs

Infineon Technologies AG have announced that IBM  will manufacture Infineon-designed highly-secure integrated circuits (ICs) used for secure identification applications, including electronic passports compliant with international travel regulations and the U.S. Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards. The planned production at IBM’s chip fabrication plant in Burlington, Vermont, provides U.S. manufactured components for suppliers to U.S. government… Read More

German BSI certifies Infineon’s ‘Integrity Guard’ security technology and SLE78 family of security controllers

Infineon Technologies have announced that its SLE 78 family of security controllers received security certification for use in electronic ID documents and chip card applications. The Germany Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) certified the high standard of security achieved by Infineon. Governments and public authorities all over the world use security controllers in ID documents… Read More