IoT Security for Software Developers: How PSA can help

Presented by

Joseph Yiu, Distinguished Engineer, Shebu Varghese Juriakose, Senior Software Technology Manager & Rob Coombs, Director, Arm

About this talk

Designing secure IoT gadgets can be difficult if you are trying to do everything yourself. With Arm, you don’t have to. The combination of Platform Security Architecture (PSA) principles and certification, TrustZone for Armv8-M and Trusted Firmware-M mean the hardest parts of securing an IoT device have been done. They are now integrated in the new generation of microcontrollers based on Arm Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33 processors, making application development just as easy as previous generations of microcontrollers and freeing you up to focus on differentiation. Join three Arm security experts for a tour of a much easier path to secure your IoT products, regardless of your expertise in IoT or embedded security. During the webinar, you will learn: • How PSA certification helps microcontroller software developers • How TrustZone helps secure IoT systems • How typical applications work in TrustZone (where the RTOS is placed) • Concepts of secure firmware and introduction of the Trusted Firmware-M (TF-M) project • What you need to know when porting legacy applications from Armv6-M/Armv7-M to Armv8-M • What APIs TF-M provides and how to get started

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