rtegrity™ is one of eight companies chosen to be part of the next stage of the Digital Catapult Technology Access Programme (TAP) to experiment with ground-breaking prototype cybersecurity technology implemented on the Arm Morello board.
The Digital Security by Design (DSbD) initiative is supported by the UK government and aims to transform digital technology and create a more resilient and secure foundation for a safer future. It’s based around Arm Morello, a research program led by Arm to create a more secure hardware architecture for processors of the future.
Morello’s unique architectural extensions are based on Arm’s work with the University of Cambridge since 2015 on the CHERI (Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions) protection model.
The Technology Access Programme (TAP) is designed to give UK-based companies access to Arm’s prototype Morello board and CHERI stack to trial these technologies within their systems, products, and applications.