Speakers announced for SESIP Seminar – register now
There is still time to register for GlobalPlatform’s IoT security certification seminar and hear impactful talks, real-life use cases, and panel debates from authoritative leaders representing market-leading security organizations.
The full-day’s agenda includes keynote speakers from CEN/CENELEC, ENISA, STMicroelectronics and Winbond, as well as live discussions with Amazon Web Services, Arm/PSA Certified, ETSI, ECSO, Eurosmart, Microsoft, and many more. Throughout, attendees will get the chance to learn how the SESIP methodology reduces cost and complexity in security evaluation and have their questions answered by the experts.
GlobalPlatform’s Chair, Stéphanie El Rhomri, will open the seminar – covering the organization’s latest developments and why it is vital for IoT stakeholders to utilize the SESIP methodology to reap the benefits.
Handing over to NXP’s Security Evaluation Engineer Eve Atallah, she is set to delve further into the detail of SESIP – explaining how it offers an optimized approach for evaluating the security of connected products that meet the specific compliance, security, privacy and scalability challenges of the evolving IoT ecosystem.
Throughout the day, the audience can also listen to an array of keynote speakers from CEN/CENELEC, ENISA and Winbond, covering topics including the status of SESIP, current European Cybersecurity legislation and security regulations ‘made easy’ with the methodology.
Informative panel sessions will centre on the value and opportunities of SESIP, and attendees will be able to see it in action via real-life case studies from organizations including STMicroelectronics, Amazon Web Services, Arm/PSA Certified and Microsoft.
Gil Bernabeu, Technical Director for GlobalPlatform, added: “In Barcelona, GlobalPlatform brings key players from these organizations, as well as individual companies that have benefitted from the methodology, to explore real life implementations and showcase the business case of SESIP to the entire ecosystem.”
You can also read our article, as featured on Embedded.com, to learn how the SESIP methodology is offering an alternative approach to security evaluation that greatly reduces the complexity of certification.