Thought I'd give an introduction on some of the built-in security features integrated into the PSoC 6 architecture. The PSoC 6 architecture provides hardware-based Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) with secure data storage, for applications requiring security, such as the many IoT products on the market today. The chain of trust in PSoC 6 starts with internal ROM and user programmable OTP (One Time Programmable) memory. These blocks provide a method to lock down code and settings to make the transition from a normal system to a secure system. It also offers scalable secure memory for multiple, independent user-defined security policies. In addition, an internal hardware accelerated crypto engine that supports standards such as AES-CMAC, RSA-2048, SHA-256, etc, and dual CPUs (CM0+ and CM4) is also included to speed up the code and data verification process.