IoT Security for Software Developers: The Platform Security Architecture APIs

Presented by

Suresh Marisetty, Principal Security Solutions Architect

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The Platform Security Architecture (PSA) is a framework for securing devices. A holistic set of technical resources and guides make it quicker, easier and cheaper to design security into chips and devices. Within these resources are the PSA Functional APIs. These define the foundations from which security services are built and provide a consistent interface to the underlying Root of Trust hardware. ​ This webinar is aimed at developers designing IoT devices and want to make use of the PSA Functional APIs to build a secure product. ​ ​ Suresh Marisetty, Principal Security Solutions Architect, will talk through the PSA Functional APIs: ​ - Firmware Framework, used to call a service provided by a secure partition​ - Crypto API, which provides cryptographic and key management functions ​ - Secure Storage API, which manages secure storage of objects ​ - Initial Attestation API, used to prove a device is authentic​ The webinar also covers the three levels of isolation and describe why adding isolation improves security. Guidelines will be provided to enable you to determine whether this is necessary in your use case and show how to write code in a partitioned device. ​

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