Certified Trust – A Workshop on Certification Schemes for Taiwan’s IoT Security Ecosystem
On Tuesday, 5 October 2021, GlobalPlatform, with support of Primary Sponsor and Full Member Winbond, is hosting an in-person and virtual workshop on Certified Trust. This free-to-attend workshop takes place in Taipei, Taiwan and is open to GlobalPlatform members and non-members.
The national significance of this workshop
To advance Taiwan’s position as a critical force in the global economy, the Taiwanese Government has introduced several important programs. This includes the ‘5+2 Innovative Industries Program’ which covers seven industries including intelligent machinery and Asia Silicon Valley. The government has also announced its ‘National Security 2.0 Strategy’ for 2021.
Outlining cybersecurity as a national priority is an opportunity for Taiwan’s technology sector to become a hot zone for the development of secure, trusted technologies at home and abroad. Through the adoption of internationally recognized standards that ensure security-by-design, as well as trust through certification, Taiwan’s semiconductor and ICT industries have already started to distinguish their commitment to cybersecurity. They are poised now to secure a central role in global supply chains and establish Taiwan as a major base for the development of next generation technologies, including IoT, 5G and AI.
The success of this will ultimately hinge on the development of an effective cybersecurity industry. Creating cybersecurity systems and an industrial chain that can integrate with 5G in vertical industries will help bolster digital transformation across Taiwan and garner the trust of global markets.
Achieving this, however, rests on Taiwan establishing strong connections to global Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and certification bodies. GlobalPlatform is one such association. It has enabling technologies and certifications that can help Taiwan achieve its mission, and our workshop is an important step on this journey.
With a mix of local on-site speakers and virtual presenters, delegates attending this workshop will hear from and interact with cybersecurity experts. The workshop will explore the value of certification and provide technical and business-oriented insights to help delegates understand market and business needs.
The growing number of IoT products, and the complexity of these connected things, introduces new challenges to the traditional secure development and evaluation process. IoT products are made up of multiple components, which are developed by multiple players, many of which are new to security. A myriad of different regulations and certification frameworks create an added layer of complexity for the IoT vendors, developers and service providers tasked with demonstrating the security capability of their products.
This Workshop will showcase a path to Certified Trust by providing the latest information about Secure Component technologies and security evaluation methodologies, specifically designed to support IoT device makers and certification bodies to establish their own IoT device security and certification schemes.
The Workshop will bring forward security expertise not only from GlobalPlatform, but also from prestigious Taiwan cybersecurity research institutes Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and Institute for Information Industry (III), and government security laboratory Telecom Technology Center (TTC). The Workshop will emphasize solutions that are available today, giving delegates the tools and consultation they need to have an immediate impact on their own company IoT initiatives.
8:00 – 8:45 Registration and welcome coffee
8:45 – 8:55 Welcome from GlobalPlatform Chair – Stéphanie El Rhomri
8:55 – 9:00 Comments from Industry Development Bureau – Speaker TBD
9:00 – 9:05 Opening – Winbond Tung-Yi Chan, Vice Chairman & Deputy CEO
9:05 – 9:25 Creating the Global Competence of Taiwan Cybersecurity: Perspectives from Government, Industry and Academia – Dr. Der- Tsai Lee, Distinguished Visiting Chair, Academician of Academia Sinica
9:25 – 9:45 Security & Ecosystem in IoT Platform – Dr. Wei-Bin Lee, CEO of Hon Hai Research Institute
GLOBALPLATFORM TECHNOLOGIES AND INITIATIVES
9:45 – 10:15 GlobalPlatform IoT Initiative: ‘IoTopia’ – Sebastian Hans, IoTopia Task Force Co-Chair and Chris Steck, IoTopia Co-Chair
10:15 – 10:40 Coffee Break and Demonstration Tables
10:40 – 11:10 Secure Solutions for IoT Ecosystem – Oracle speaker TBD
11:10 – 11:35 Arm (Sponsor Speech) – How to build a secure MCU/MPU and get it PSA Certified with SESIP evaluation methodology
11:35 – 12:00 Winbond (Sponsor Speech) – Overview of Secure Storage and SESIP Secure Memory PP – Ilia Stolov
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch and Demonstration Tables
5G IOT SECURITY USAGE CASES
13:00 – 13:30 Some Practices of 5G Telecom and IoT Security in Taiwan – Dr. T.C. Wu, Chairman of Telecom Technology Center
13:30 – 14:00 Dr. Cally Ko, Vice President of Delta Electronics, Inc.
14:00 – 14:30 Introduction to GSMA IoT SAFE – Jean-Francois Gros, GSMA
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break and Demonstration Tables
GLOBALPLATFORM SESIP CERTIFICATION
15:00 – 15:30 IoT Regulations and Security Trends – Gil Bernabeu, GlobalPlatform Technical Director
15:30 – 16:00 One Year On: SESIP Updates – Carlos Serratos, SGS Brightsight
16:00 – 16:45 Moderated Panel Discussion
16:45 – 17:00 Closing Comments and Wrap-Up
Delegates attending GlobalPlatform’s technical workshop will learn from some of the industry’s foremost experts on securing digital services and devices.
Speakers you will hear from include:
Mr. Bernabeu is the Technical Advisor for the Standardization and Technology Department at Thales. In this role, he supports Thales’s marketing and product groups to deploy trusted and convenient digital services.
Mr. Bernabeu was elected as GlobalPlatform’s Technical Director in 2005. His main role is to drive forward the development of GlobalPlatform’s specifications to deploy secure services. Mr. Bernabeu also acts as GlobalPlatform’s central technical liaison point, coordinating the efforts of the organization’s four technical committees – Secure Element (SE), Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), Trusted Platform Services (TPS) and IoTopia – and the GlobalPlatform Task Forces with external partners.
Ms. El Rhomri is Chair of the TEE Compliance Group, and has served on the GlobalPlatform Board since 2015. In 2017 she was appointed to GlobalPlatform Secretary and in 2021, she was appointed as GlobalPlatform Chair.
As Vice President, Services at FIME, Ms. El Rhomri is responsible for developing new services, understanding international technology trends and ensuring alignment of FIME’s NFC and payments offering.
Mr. Hans currently serves as Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle, previously Sun Microsystems Inc., where he is responsible for all smart card standardization activities with a strong focus on SIM and UICC technology. While at Sun Microsystems Inc, Mr. Hans has also headed up business development within the telecommunications market and has driven advanced pilot projects for the deployment of Java Card in the banking, insurance and mobile communication markets. Mr. Hans represents Sun Microsystems Inc. in ETSI SCP, 3GPP, OMA and is the Vice Chair of ETSI SCP TEC.
Mr. Hans serves as GlobalPlatform Board Director and Co-Chair of the IoTopia Task Force.
Mr. Serratos is a specialist in IoT security and compliance. In this role, he engages with policy makers, regulators and industry across verticals and regions, addressing trust enablement issues for compliance, risk management and accountability purposes. He’s the Vice Chair of the SESIP sub-Task Force at GlobalPlatform.
Jean-Francois is the Head of Strategy, Marketing and Innovation of Mobile Services business line for Thales Telecom. His portfolio includes a range of solutions and services such as Remote SIM Management and Trusted Digital Identity platform for both consumer and IoT markets.
He is chairman of the GSMA IoT SAFE Work Group as well as the TCA IoT Security Application Work Group.
Prior to this role, Jean-Francois held various senior positions in R&D, product management and business development at Gemalto Europe and Thomson South East Asia.
Jean-Francois holds a Master of Engineering and Signal Processing from ESIEE Paris (Ecole Superieur d’Ingenieur en Electronique et Electrotechnique)
Dr. Tzong-Chen Wu is the distinguished professor at the Department of Information Management, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. From the past decade till now, Professor Wu devotes to several academic, governmental and industrial research and incubation programs regarding of the cybersecurity and information management areas. Since October 2019, Professor Wu serves as the Chairman of Board Directors of Telecom Technology Center (TTC), supervised by National Communication Commission (NCC), Taiwan.
Dr. Cally Ko is Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Strategic Business Development and Alliance for managing corporate strategic accounts and global key accounts and develop sales strategies and operations, implementing sales activities to facilitate Delta business diversification globally.
Before this position, Dr. Cally Ko had been CIO & CISO for 8 years since 2011. She integrated Delta global information systems, input Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure Services, Cloud PBX, SDWAN, SDDC, and SAP HANA ERP etc., and combined IT & OT, to inspire Delta IT becoming a cohesive firm team and being able to support Delta’s digital transformation and upgrade to Industry 4.0 for smart manufacturing and more business opportunities in future.
Dr. Lee received his PhD degree in computer science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was a professor of Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University during 1978-98, and was on secondment to National Science Foundation as a Program Director in 1989-90. Since 1998 Dr. Lee has been with the Academia Sinica and is currently a Distinguished Visiting Chair, Research Center for IT Innovation, Academia Sinica.
Dr. Lee was a Senior Advisor of National Security Council, Taiwan, in charge of cybersecurity and S&T policies in 2016-2020, and was responsible for drafting the ‘Cybersecurity is National Security’ Strategic Report of NSC published in 2018.
Dr. Lee is Life Fellow of IEEE, Fellow of ACM, Academician of Academia Sinica, an Awardee of the Humboldt Research Award, Germany, an elected Member of The World Academy of Sciences, Italy and the Ambassador Scientist in Taiwan of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany (2010-2016).
Winbond Electronics Corporation is a total memory solution provider. The Company provides customer-driven memory solutions backed by the expert capabilities of product design, R&D, manufacturing, and sales services.
Winbond’s product portfolio, consisting of Specialty DRAM, Mobile DRAM, Code Storage Flash, and TrustME® Secure Flash, is widely used by tier-1 customers in communication, consumer electronics, automotive and industrial, and computer peripheral markets.
Winbond is headquartered in Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) and it has subsidiaries in the USA, Japan, Israel, China and Hong Kong, and Germany.
Based on Taichung and new Kaohsiung 12-inch fabs in Taiwan, Winbond keeps pace to develop in-house technologies to provide high-quality memory IC products.
Founded in 2004, Telecom Technology Center (TTC) has established info-communications security, broadcasting laboratories and wireless broadband testing laboratories across Taiwan. It provides product testing, certification and technical consulting services.
While Taiwan’s info-communications industry was previously concentrated in the north of the country, TTC is the first organization to establish a national level testing laboratory in the south, providing technological assistance to the info-communications manufacturers in this region.
The Institute for Information Industry (III) was established on July 24, 1979 as a nonprofit organization jointly founded by the private and public sectors, with a mission to “promote the effective application of information technology and improve overall Taiwan competitiveness; foster an environment for information industry development and strengthen its competitiveness.” In order to lead the development of Taiwan’s digital economy, III has recently positioned itself as a “Digital Transformation Enabler,” integrating its think tank, professional training, research and development and promotional capabilities. III develops solutions and application services to fit industry needs and drive the digital transformation of both the government and industry.
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is one of the world’s leading technology R&D institutions aiming to innovate a better future for society. Founded in 1973, ITRI has played a vital role in transforming Taiwan’s industries from labor-intensive into innovation-driven. It focuses on the fields of Smart Living, Quality Health, and Sustainable Environment.
Over the years, ITRI has incubated over 280 innovative companies, including well-known names such as UMC and TSMC. In addition to its headquarters in Taiwan, ITRI has branch offices in the U.S., Europe, and Japan in an effort to extend its R&D scope and promote opportunities for international cooperation around the world. For more information, please visit https://www.itri.org/english/.
Travel & Venue
Tuesday, 5 October 2021
No. 199 Lequn 2nd Road (Intersection with Jinye 4th Road)
Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan
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