Trust and security are becoming essential for connected devices to reach their potential in the embedded marketplace. Security is a multi-dimensional problem, requiring multiple techniques to address the range of security attacks possible. This webinar is aimed at non-security experts who wish to gain an understanding of the security that will need to be applied in their next embedded devices and the technology available to address these challenges. The webinar will outline the underlying security principles and different security methods used to protect devices and by way of example include a number of embedded use cases and the security techniques applied. An introduction to ARM security technologies will be provided later in the presentation.
This is the first in a series of security webinars and a more detailed technical look at TrustZone technology on next generation microcontrollers (TrustZone for ARMv8-M) is planned for 28th June, register here to attend!
rob_coombs works in ARM’s Systems and Software Group as Security Marketing Director. Within his current role he focuses on ARM TrustZone technology, ARM Trusted Firmware and the TEE ecosystem.
He has over 20 years of experience in marketing, business development and engineering, which has been gained through positions in leading semiconductor and intellectual property companies. Previous roles at ARM include running the mobile segment team and being part of the founding exec team at Linaro, a strategic open source organisation. Rob joined the GlobalPlatform Board of Directors in 2014 and the FIDO Board of Directors in 2015.
mweidmann is a Principal Applications Engineer in ARM's Partner Enablement Group. He has worked at ARM for 10 years, supporting partners on a range of ARM technologies. He currently concentrates on supporting ARMv8-A, TrustZone and GICv3. He has been involved in training in all of his time at ARM, developing and delivering software and systems courses around the world.
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Join us on the 18th to learn a detailed technical look at TrustZone technology on next generation microscontrollers (TrustZone for ARMv8-M)