What is the Right Security for My IoT Implementation?

The IoT market is evolving and so must our understanding of what it means to be secure.

The IoT market is evolving and so must our understanding of what it means to be secure. Whether we are concerned about data privacy, anti-counterfeiting, or device integrity, the underlying thread is that all these applications utilize some form of security. Along with the acknowledgement that we need our IoT device to be more secure, we also need to understand what sort of solutions are available in the market and when to choose what sort of solutions. Lastly, security just for its own sake may not be enough for an embedded developer to implement a new device, so we will take a brief look at how one might extract additional value from a secure element class device.

About the Presenter

Patrick Carrier
Regional Application Marketing IoT & Cloud Security for Security Products
Infineon Technologies North America

Patrick Carrier is Regional Application Marketing IoT & Cloud Security for Security Products at Infineon Technologies North America. He is responsible for security microcontrollers sold for consumer products for authentication, IoT security, and smart card applications. Patrick has 10 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry and has held roles in both application engineering and marketing with respect to wireless and security products.

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