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Designing Secure Systems With Pre-Configured Hardware

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture IoT Device Security Forum

06:00-23:55 h | virtual - on demand

Developers of IoT solutions have faced major hurdles that protect against physical attacks and remote extraction. Today’s software-only security is wholly inadequate, but the superior approach of adding a secure element to each IoT device and configuring it for storing keys and handling cryptographic assets has, until now, been prohibitively complicated for all but the largest-volume solution deployments due to customization requirements. A better model has arrived as semiconductor manufacturers leverage their economies of scale to go beyond simply manufacturing secure elements to also take on the task of pre-configuring and pre-provisioning the devices for customers. They can do this at a lower total cost per device and with significantly less complexity than individual third-party providers of similar services.

Subjects: Cyber Security

Speaker: Xavier Bignalet (Microchip Technology)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

Developers of IoT solutions have faced major hurdles that protect against physical attacks and remote extraction. Today’s software-only security is wholly inadequate, but the superior approach of adding a secure element to each IoT device and configuring it for storing keys and handling cryptographic assets has, until now, been prohibitively complicated for all but the largest-volume solution deployments due to customization requirements. A better model has arrived as semiconductor manufacturers leverage their economies of scale to go beyond simply manufacturing secure elements to also take on the task of pre-configuring and pre-provisioning the devices for customers. They can do this at a lower total cost per device and with significantly less complexity than individual third-party providers of similar services.

Xavier Bignalet

Xavier Bignalet

Microchip Technology

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Xavier Bignalet
Xavier Bignalet
Security Product Manager

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