Supply Chain Security

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Laurent Masson Chief Technical Officer Trusted Objects

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Many global corporations manufacturing IoT devices today outsource this critical business function. It's not surprising that security concerns are rising regarding data and secret key provisioning at the manufacturing stage. Therefore, OEM, EMS, and electronic device manufacturers deploying PKI and providing secret keys face serious security challenges. Laurent Masson, CTO of Trusted Objects, will review the vulnerabilities and risks that companies encounter as part of the standard IoT device manufacturing process. Through a zero-trust lens, Laurent will explain how to secure each step of this process with state-of-the-art solutions. He'll also discuss how to deliver PKI in manufacturing in a secure way, even in an untrusted environment. Laurent will also share his experience securely provisioning a generic MCU. This use case will demonstrate how an initial certificate can be securely delivered and injected by the OEM during manufacturing to comply with the Matter Connectivity standard. Earn 0.25 CPE credits on this session. Keyfactor is an approved (ISC)² CPE Submitter, partner.

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Keyfactor is the machine and IoT identity platform for modern enterprises. The company helps security teams manage cryptography as critical infrastructure by simplifying PKI, automating certificate lifecycle management, and enabling crypto-agility at scale. Companies trust Keyfactor to secure every digital key and certificate for multi-cloud enterprises, DevOps, and embedded IoT security.