IoT Security Workshop

Lost personal and corporate data, legal fines, lost customer trust and lost services are just some of the consequences of the recent attacks on vulnerable embedded and IoT systems. At worst, these attacks can shut down critical infrastructure, yet most of the embedded and IoT devices - and the networks they operate on - remain unprotected.


Trusted Computing Group and its members Infineon, Microsoft and OnBoard Security along with Embedded Computing Design, will host a workshop to guide attendees on securing the vulnerable IoT at the Sensors Expo & Conference.

The workshop – on Thursday 28 June from 1:00- 4:30 pm in Executive Ballroom E - will be overseen by Brandon Lewis of Embedded Computing Design. Open to those with expo and conference passes, the session will address the role and implementation of a root of trust, the development of secure software to support a root of trust, and how to embed trust and security into networks. Speakers include Steve Hanna, Infineon; Dennis Mattoon, Microsoft; and Lee Wilson, OnBoard Security, each of who will offer available solutions and technologies to secure embedded and IoT systems, networks and data.

During the expo, TCG will demonstrate the DICE lightweight root of trust, the TPM for network security and the Trusted Software Stack: Booth #1539 Wednesday, June 17, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and Thursday, June 28, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

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