Revista Española de Electrónica

Simplifying IoT Security


Bridging the gap between low-power embedded and IT security

In the past 15 years, enterprise Information Technology (IT) architects have successfully upgraded their security schemes from an all-wired world based on desktop computers to all-wireless-mobile laptop and smartphone fleets without compromising on security and even improving it. A similar evolution is happening now: beyond laptops and smartphones, industries are looking to connect many devices, machines and objects to application servers through private and public networks.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of questions we will address during this free seminar:
What kind of security does an IT director expect from a device connecting to his servers?
What is the technology under the “S” in HTTPS or MQTTS?
What is an X.509 certificate?
How to simply protect my brand against low-cost competition?
How to simply detect misusage of a product so as not to guarantee blindly?
What is the Trusted Computer Group?
Can we perform the same level of security on non-IP Local Area Networks like we do on the Internet?
What is end-to-end security?
What is a secure element?
What is a key ceremony?
Are there solutions to properly secure devices operating on SIGFOX and LoRa Alliance networks?
What is a Key Management Service?

If you can answer them all, you are probably already familiar with what we do.

If not, we encourage you to register and attend one of our seminars, where recognised speakers will tell you a story you cannot find on the Internet and showcase real-life demonstrations illustrating these critical topics.


08:30 Registration and coffee
09:00 Avnet Silica – Introduction: what is IoT security about?
Use cases and the importance of end-to-end
09:30 Avnet Legal – Intellectual property protection
09:50 Maxim Integrated – TLS: Transport Layer Security for end-to-end IP security
10:10 Microchip – Authenticating to a local host or a distant AWS server
10:30 Break
10:50 STMicroelectronics – The general purpose secure element: MCU’s best friend
11:10 Infineon – The TPM (Trusted Platform Module) secure element for Linux systems
11:30 NXP – The secure processor (NXP)
11:50 Trusted Objects – Security for LoRa and SIGFOX networks
12:10 Morpho – Certification Authority and Key Management Services for all
12:30 Avnet Silica – End-to-end security solutions with
Visible ThingsTM
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Demos, open discussions, questions to presenters


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May 30, 2017 Madrid (E)
June 1, 2017 Barcelona (E)


Free of charge


Guillaume Crinon


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