Removing The Barriers To Building Secure Solutions For IoT Systems
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom A
12:30 - 12:50
Delivering on the promise of IoT necessitates trusted relationships between secure devices and associated services. Secure devices, designed from inception to meet varying security requirements, will bring confidence throughout the IoT value chain, enabling the vision of IoT scaling to trillions of connected devices.
This presentation will look at some of the vulnerabilities facing IoT security and describe how comprehensive threat modelling, alongside a common standardised approach can help to mitigate against these attacks. We will also explore how the Arm Platform Security Architecture demystifies security, bringing an industry-wide, common foundation to establishing secure IoT devices.
Andrew Frame is a Director of Business Development within the Arm IoT Device IP Line of Business, and is responsible for Silicon Partner, Cloud, ISV, and OEM engagement. Andrew's previous roles within Arm include Cortex-M Product Management, Worldwide Business Development Manager and Development Tools Product Manager. Prior to joining Arm in 1995 he was an Embedded Software Engineer at GEC Plessey Telecommunications. Andrew holds a BSc (Hons) in Computer Studies from Sheffield Hallam University.
Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Our advanced, energy-efficient processor designs have enabled intelligent computing in more than 130 billion chips and our technologies now securely power products from the sensor to the smartphone and the supercomputer. In combination with our IoT device, connectivity and data management platform, we are also enabling customers with powerful and actionable business insights that are generating new value from their connected devices and data. Together with 1,000+ technology partners we are at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of compute from the chip to the cloud.