How to ensure security-by-design in STM32MP1 MPUs with an advanced solution from ProvenRun
Join us for a 1-hour webinar to learn how the solution provided by ProvenRun enhances security in STM32MP1 MPUs
Thursday, December 10th, 2020
► 05:00 pm CET
Hosted by ProvenRun, an ST Authorized Partner, this one-hour webinar is an opportunity to explain how ProvenRun can help ST customers address their security challenges and develop STM32MP1-based products with advanced security.
Connected devices are facing growing cybersecurity risks with an increasing number of cyber-attacks taking place every day. While standards are slowly emerging to mitigate threats, IoT manufacturers must address security challenges now. But ensuring security is complex, requires time and experience, and no simple “one-size-fits-all” exists. ProvenRun helps ST customers understand what is at stake, and how to answer security challenges with state-of-the-art solutions.
In this webinar you will:
- Improve your knowledge on cybersecurity
- Know how to guide your customers to solve security challenges
- Learn about the solution provided by ProvenRun and how it ensure security-by-design in STM32MP1 MPUs
- ProvenRun Introduction
- The challenges of cybersecurity for the IoT
- The different IoT security consulting options
- STM32MP1 MPU secure-by-design solutions
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST and ProvenRun experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.
co-CEO and co-owner at ProvenRun. Before joining ProvenRun, Christophe was an executive vice-president of Gemalto and a member of the core team that created the company.
Product Manager at ProvenRun Benjamin joined ProvenRun in 2016. As an R&D engineer, he was in charge of integrating ProvenCore on different platforms. In 2020, he became Product Manager, with a focus on ProvenCore-based solutions for various markets.
STM32 Security Marketing Manager at ST Thierry joined ST in 1994. With over 10 years’ experience in the field of secure elements, Thierry now focuses on the STM32 security offer.