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Security is critical to the future of a connected world. ARM presents a solution
Come early for networking with your peers, Speaker starts at 7:00 Secure software update is is critical for IoT success. Devices will often need to operate for 10, 20 years, sometime in remote locations. During this time, device vendor will need to add features, fix bugs, and provide remedies when a new vulnerability is discovered. For the device to remain secure, all this needs to happen for the whole life-time of the device. Easing the development of IoT (key drivers in the way the key device enablers – Mbed OS, Mbed for X and Mbed stack are developed, the top stack is about the ease of IoT DevOps – these are the key things that allows enterprises to operate, deploy, connect and mange IoT Efficiency – several OS exist with claims that they are suitable for IoT. Mbed OS is the only OS build from the ground up taking into account the power efficiency requirements of constrainted nodes for IoT Security – the foundation of security in the IP – Trustzone and Trustzone-M, uvisor, hardware encryption, random number generation capability all offer a secure, robust foundation for IoT. In IoT there is a vast stack of software and communication layer protocols all the way into the cloud that needs protecting. Mbed offers a platform for this end to end trust model to be established. Productivity – the tools and workflow of our enablers allowed developers to develop quickly SPEAKER Bio: Austin Blackstone, ARM Austin Blackstone is the developer evangelist for the Mbed platform. He enjoys building elegant solutions to complex problems, generally demystifying misconceptions and most importantly getting stuff done.

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