|Building Security into Your SoC with Hardware Secure Modules|
Web event: Building Security into Your SoC with Hardware Secure Modules
Date: June 13, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM PDT
Duration: 60 minutes
Attacks on connected devices have increased dramatically in the last few of years, forcing system designers to implement security from the ground up. Security is critical at all levels -- during operation, at power up, power down -- and it all starts with the system-on-chip (SoC). Building an isolated secure environment within the SoC protects the device from malicious attacks. This webinar will discuss how to implement a trusted execution environment (TEE) with a hardware secure module with Root of Trust.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to ensure a unique identity within your SoC that can’t be tampered with
- How to maintain the integrity of the SoC software through the device operation and life-cycle
- What is needed for secure boot, secure debug, and in-field software updates
- How the DesignWare® tRoot Hardware Secure Module simplifies building high-grade security in an SoC
Security Architect, Synopsys
Andrew Elias is a Security Architect at Synopsys, and comes to the position with more than 15 years of experience with software and system architectures. He offers deep expertise in security technology, wireless communication systems and video systems. Prior to Synopsys, Andrew worked as a Senior Software Architect at Elliptic Technologies, a Staff Systems Engineer at Nextwave Wireless, and a DSP Engineer at Pixelworks. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Guelph.