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Benefits of an Integrated Secure Element Versus an External Solution: More Than Cost Savings

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 11: Security

14:50-15:15 h | Virtual

To secure IoT devices, features such as an immutable device identity, secure boot with full root of trust, secure key storage and hardware crypto acceleration paired with a high- entropy random number generator are becoming critical requirements. Due to a number of security incidents surrounding the IoT, legislators are increasingly pushing to mandate minimum security levels (e.g. according to IEC 62443-3-3 or CSPN) for certain IoT devices or application areas. An integrated secure element will not only help to address these soon- to- be- essential imperatives, but it can enable a range of additional features. The session introduction will present recently published IoT vulnerabilities and explain the often-overlooked indirect costs of weak security in terms of brand damage in addition to the direct cost of recalling or updating products. This session will explore the benefits of a secure element in and explain how using an integrated secure element not only saves cost and real estate, but also adds additional benefits such as secure software update and secure debug unlock, both of which cannot be easily achieved with a classical external secure element. IoT device implementers will receive a brief summary of the key features of a secure element along with the author’s view on how integration can help reduce cost while significantly increasing security levels in product design.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Marius Munder (Silicon Labs)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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To secure IoT devices, features such as an immutable device identity, secure boot with full root of trust, secure key storage and hardware crypto acceleration paired with a high- entropy random number generator are becoming critical requirements. Due to a number of security incidents surrounding the IoT, legislators are increasingly pushing to mandate minimum security levels (e.g. according to IEC 62443-3-3 or CSPN) for certain IoT devices or application areas. An integrated secure element will not only help to address these soon- to- be- essential imperatives, but it can enable a range of additional features. The session introduction will present recently published IoT vulnerabilities and explain the often-overlooked indirect costs of weak security in terms of brand damage in addition to the direct cost of recalling or updating products. This session will explore the benefits of a secure element in and explain how using an integrated secure element not only saves cost and real estate, but also adds additional benefits such as secure software update and secure debug unlock, both of which cannot be easily achieved with a classical external secure element. IoT device implementers will receive a brief summary of the key features of a secure element along with the author’s view on how integration can help reduce cost while significantly increasing security levels in product design.

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Silicon Labs

Marius Munder

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Marius Munder
Marius Munder

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