IoT Security EXPO

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IoT Security Virtual Conference & Expo

All conference presentations and exhibitor booths are now available on-demand 24/7.

The live version of the IoT Security Conference & Expo was from October 15-16, 2020

Balancing time-to-market pressures and budget constraints with the need to secure products and networks can be challenging. This challenge is further complicated by ever-evolving regulations, certification requirements and legislation that can vary by region. The Arrow IoT Security Virtual Conference & Expo will offer unprecedented access to the most innovative technologies for new designs as well as guidance on how to aggregate and integrate diverse technology and services to bring connected products to market faster – and more securely.

Join our virtual event for the latest in IoT security technologies via live chats, webinars, videos, product demos, downloads, and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from technology market leaders as they explore trends and design strategies for securing data and IP. You can access the event from anywhere, on your desktop or mobile device, this October 15-16.

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Day 1: Thursday, October 15

10:00 am ET

Day 1 Opening Remarks: Arrow Electronics
Aiden Mitchell, VP, Global Supplier & Engineering Services at Arrow Electronics

10:15 am ET

The State of IoT Device Security

Steve Tateosian, VP Microcontroller PL | IoT, Compute & Wireless at Infineon Technologies

Implementing proper IoT device security is required to safeguard consumer privacy, comply with regional legislation and protect IoT brands. However, security continues to be a challenge for many, requiring security knowledge across both embedded and cloud domains. The IoT ecosystem as a whole is working together to provide well integrated solutions which spans from node to cloud. In this presentation, we will cover the landscape for end-to-end security in resource-constrained IoT devices and discuss key security implications on design and manufacturing for secure IoT device lifecycle management.

11:00 am ET
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Security Architecture for IoT as a Service

Oscar Sanchez, Regional Product Marketing Manager at Infineon Technologies

With many of today’s IoT products requiring continuous connectivity, more and more companies are looking to generate recurring revenue streams through subscription or IoT “as a service” business models. Subscription or IoT “as a service” models require high levels of security to effectively safeguard private user data and credentials. In this session, attendees will learn how Infineon’s OPTIGA™ Trust M high-end, pre-personalized security solution provides an anchor of trust for connecting IoT devices to the cloud, giving every IoT device its own unique identity.

11:30 am ET
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Panel Discussion: Legislation & Regulations

Numerous IoT-related security regulations have emerged in the United States and Europe. In the US, examples include bill SB-327, enacted in California to create guidelines for the security of connected devices, and the NISTIR 8259A IoT Device Cybersecurity Capability Core Baseline. In Europe, GDPR and the ETSI EN 303 645 are also influencing security standards definition for consumer IoT products. Inevitably, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), across all applications and end markets, will need to become familiar with key pieces of legislation and regulations. OEMs will also need to explore strategies for implementing security features and functionality during the earliest phases of the design cycle to be able to effectively mitigate security threats and vulnerabilities throughout the IoT device lifecycle. This panel will discuss some of the IoT security laws and regulations you should know about and how to leverage the latest technology to manage the very security threats that the regulations are designed to combat.

12:30 pm ET
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NXP IoT Security Solutions - Use Cases & Applications

Nelson Arrey, Marketing Manager, IOT Security at NXP Semiconductors

“Trust” is becoming a major challenge in our hyperconnected world. A simple Internet connection can give hackers access to smart consumer devices, industrial controls and smart city infrastructures from anywhere in the world. Because of the emergence of new forms of criminality in our digital world, protecting connected products and deploying security countermeasures has become essential. This session will explore NXP's security solutions, specifically three secure elements: EdgeLock™ SE050, A71CH and A1006. Common use cases will be used to illustrate how IoT application and system developers can benefit from NXP’s secure elements.

01:00 pm ET
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Introduction to Microchip Security Solutions

Xavier Bignalet, Security Marketing Manager at Microchip

Systems of all types need security, but not necessarily the same type of security. This embedded security session will highlight how Microchip products, which include FPGAs, microprocessors, microcontrollers, secure elements and connectivity solutions, help protect products and, ultimately, IP, brand and revenue streams.

01:30 pm ET
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Secure IoT Device Management with PSoC 64 MCUs and AWS

Sree Harsha Angara, Product Marketing Manager at Infineon Technologies

Data is the foundation of the IoT. Data collected and analyzed from IoT devices can help companies make intelligent business decisions ranging from when to service equipment to efficiently managing energy within a building. Ensuring that the data is trusted and not compromised is critical for IoT success. In this session, you will learn how Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Cypress, an Infineon Technologies company, have collaborated to deliver a secure IoT solution from device to cloud. You will see how your IoT device can be securely managed throughout its lifecycle utilizing PSoC 64 Secure MCUs with AWS IoT Services.

02:00 pm ET

End of Day 1 Wrap-Up

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Day 2: Friday, October 16

10:00 am ET

Day 2 Opening Remarks: Arrow Electronics

Arrow Electronics

10:15 am ET
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IoT Security Regulations

Nick Dutton, Senior Central IoT Marketing Manager at Silicon Labs

Silicon Labs is following the new consumer regulatory landscape closely and have developed security features to meet those regulations and standards. These standards will lead to the need for the development of security requirements tailored to each vertical device type and then measured reliably and repeatably. This session will explore the security regulatory landscape and how Silicon Labs’ new Secure Vault technology will assist in meeting those regulations.

11:00 am ET
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Lantronix xPico270 WiFi Roaming in Secure Enterprise Environments

Chirjeev Singh, Sr. Director, Software Development, R&D IoT at Lantronix

Increasing demand for WiFi Roaming with Secure Communication in a noisy industrial setting of Warehouse or Factory environments is driving requirements for many Industrial IoT customers. Join Lantronix as we demonstrate our high performing secure module, the xPico 270 Wi-Fi/Blutetooth gateway, hosting the Infineon (CYW54907/CYW20707) Bluetooth Wi-Fi module with dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity management, roaming, and enterprise security for optimal device performance and communication. Plus, see the scalable and secure cloud-based device management for embedded IoT gateways through Lantronix ConsoleFlow™ to truly appreciate the complete and secure solution that provides easy deployment with remote device management.

11:30 am ET
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Panel Discussion: Certifications & Standards for Embedded Devices

Certification has always been an important part of the electronics industry. It implies adherence to certain standards, design practices and/or specifications. With connected devices and expanding threat vectors to security, certification plays a key role in helping OEMs deliver more secure products to their customers, establish customer confidence as well as trust and protect IP. PSA Certified is a multi-level certification which was co-founded by Arm and other security leaders, providing three levels of security assurance. This allows developers to implement security features from the ground up and with the appropriate level of security for the given application. This panel will explore the various aspects of PSA Certified, the impetus to its creation and how developers can use it to convince customers that their products have been designed with security in mind.

12:30 pm ET
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The STM32Trust Ecosystem

Greg Proehl, Senior Product Marketing Engineer at STMicroelectronics

STM32Trust offers a robust multi-level strategy to enhance security in new product designs. Based on ST’s STM32 microcontrollers and microprocessors augmented with STSAFE secure elements, STM32Trust offers a complete toolset for code and execution protection and ensures IP protection, firmware authenticity and secure firmware update, as well as secure data and the use of validated credentials. This session will explore this security framework that combines ST’s knowledge, ecosystem and security services.

01:00 pm ET
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Semper Secure – The Flash You Can Trust

Naseem Aslam, Sr. Manager, Product Management & Marketing - Memory Solutions at Infineon Technologies

Our customers are building connected vehicles, smart factories and systems that care about protecting user privacy, preventing component counterfeiting, and securing infrastructure. One of the primary targets of hackers in these systems is the flash memory device, which stores boot code, security keys and other critical data that are pivotal to the proper system functionality. Infineon’s recently announced Semper Secure is the “Flash you can trust”. It delivers security, safety, and reliability to automotive, industrial, and communication systems at a low total cost-of-ownership. In this session, you will learn all about Semper Secure NOR flash.

01:30 pm ET
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Design, Develop and Deploy Secure, Connected Edge Devices

Rahul Bhardwaj, Digital Services Global Lead at eInfochips, an Arrow Company

With IoT endpoint landscape experiencing hyperscale growth across industry and user segments, data streams from diverse connected devices has become focal point of security and privacy concerns, considering the criticality (device health, status, event logs) and confidentiality (PII, user preferences) of these data streams. Enterprises are best positioned to address these concerns at scale when IoT security is progressively built into the product architecture across lifecycle - design, development, deployment and sustenance stages. In this presentation, we will discuss prevalent IoT security technology context, eInfochips' offerings and experience in securing IoT value chains from device to connectivity to cloud.

02:00 pm ET
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Secure IoT Device Management with PSoC 64 MCUs and AWS (Replay)

Sree Harsha Angara, Product Marketing Manager at Infineon Technologies

Data is the foundation of the IoT. Data collected and analyzed from IoT devices can help companies make intelligent business decisions ranging from when to service equipment to efficiently managing energy within a building. Ensuring that the data is trusted and not compromised is critical for IoT success. In this session, you will learn how Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Cypress, an Infineon Technologies company, have collaborated to deliver a secure IoT solution from device to cloud. You will see how your IoT device can be securely managed throughout its lifecycle utilizing PSoC 64 Secure MCUs with AWS IoT Services.

02:30 pm ET

End of Day 2 Wrap-Up

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