Secure-IC acquires Silex Insight’s security business

November 3, 2022

Secure-IC, global provider of end-to-end cybersecurity solutions for embedded systems and connected objects, announces today the acquisition of Silex Insight’s security business. Silex Insight is a leading provider for flexible and scalable security IP cores solutions which perfectly complement Secure-IC’s portfolio. All the current and new customers will benefit from this acquisition as they will always retain top-notch security and performance. As of today, Secure-IC will now offer the largest portfolio of embedded security solutions to the market.

The security landscape is rapidly ever-changing, and IoT developers face increasing pressure to step up device security and meet evolving regulatory requirements. This acquisition will simplify development, accelerate time-to-market, and help device makers and OEMs to make products future-proof when it comes to security. All customers will be able to take advantage of the most advanced integrated security platform available today, including the ever-growing needs of lifecycle management.

“Secure-IC continues to invest heavily in security and by leveraging Silex Insight’s knowledge, solutions, and people, we know we retain best-in-class security for our customers. We expect to help them achieve market success with a complete embedded security offer, including lifecycle management”, said Hassan Triqui, CEO of Secure-IC. “The combination of Secure-IC and Silex Insight is going to bring a unique high assurance security level to the market. Our mission is to provide our customers with solutions which perfectly fit their requirements, and offer outstanding quality, so that it is easy to implement right through to tape-out and beyond”.

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