Last week, I had the pleasure of taking part in an embedded security webinar called “Designing secure IoT devices starts with a secure boot”, hosted by one of our silicon partners, NXP. I presented alongside Donnie Garcia, Solutions Architect for Secure Transactions at NXP.
It was our most popular joint webinar to date, with the large majority of those who attended staying engaged until the end. If that does not attest to the quality of the content, then I do not know what does!
The webinar covered in practical details how to:
The webinar kicked off strong with Donnie covering the secure boot solution for the Kinetis K28F MCU, using mbed TLS for cryptography and the KBOOT tools. Then, I introduced TrustZone for Armv8-M as the foundation of all future secure embedded designs, building on the success of TrustZone for Armv8-A in billions of devices the past ten years. The objective of TrustZone for Armv8-M is to open the door for all developers to create such embedded and secure solutions by creating a developer-friendly processing execution environment.
How TrustZone for Armv8-M creates hardware-enforced security for embedded applications
For more information about TrustZone for Armv8-M, please visit the TrustZone page in the Arm community, in which you can join for free to interact with leading developers of tools, silicon, and solutions. Ask questions and see the list of many resources relating to the embedded security: whitepapers, blogs, webinars, etc. In this blog, you will find a comprehensive set of documents regarding the operation and design of systems with TrustZone for Armv8-M. For training, view our technical courses.
If you are creating embedded solutions with NXP microcontrollers, then I highly recommend watching the webinar and downloading the whitepaper for more information.
Thank you to the hundreds of developers who joined Donnie and I and left such positive feedback.
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