Workshop Overview

On Tuesday, 25 August 2020 GlobalPlatform, with support of Primary Sponsor and Full Member Winbond, is hosting an open, in-person workshop on IoT Security and Certification Schemes. This free-to-attend workshop takes place in Zhubei City, Taiwan and is open to GlobalPlatform members and non-members.

Taiwan and the significance of this Workshop

To transform Taiwan into a critical force in the global economy, the Taiwanese government has prioritized six core strategic industries in its 5+2 Innovative Industries Program.

The intention is to continue to develop its information and digital industries to take advantage of Taiwan’s strengths in the semiconductor and ICT industries to secure a central role in global supply chains, and make Taiwan a major base for the development of next generation technologies, including IoT and AI.

This includes development of a cybersecurity industry that can integrate with 5G, digital transformation, and Taiwan national security, striving to create cybersecurity systems and an industrial chain that can protect the country and earn the world’s trust.

GlobalPlatform has enabling technology that will help achieve these goals, and the Workshop will serve as an important step in this journey.

With a mix of local on-site speakers and GlobalPlatform virtual presenters, participants will share a great opportunity to interact with subject matter experts. The workshop will offer both technical and business oriented content, providing market and business context for the need to secure our connected world.

Workshop Overview

The growing number of IoT products, and the complexity of these connected things, introduces new challenges to the traditional security 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 provide 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 certification schemes.

The Workshop will focus on Secure Component solutions and accompanying certification schemes that are available today, giving delegates the tools and consultation they need to have an immediate impact on their own company IoT initiatives.

Who should attend:

We are welcoming all those interested in IoT Security and Certification Schemes, including:

  • Research and development
  • Systems integrators
  • Software developers
  • Program / project managers
  • Security experts
  • Product suppliers
  • Technical consultants
  • Test laboratories
  • and all others who are also involved with development and deployment of secure IoT devices and services and associated certification schemes

Workshop Agenda

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Early Morning Session

Statement on Taiwan Cybersecurity Policy and Standards: Mr. Jiunn-Shiow Lin, Director, Information Technology Industries Division, Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA

Keynote Address: Challenges and Opportunities of Secure IoT – What’s for Taiwan, Dr. Edward Liu, President of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

Keynote Address: Build an IoT security eco-system in Taiwan and catch business opportunities with security solutions, Mr. Arthur Yu-Cheng Chiao, Chairman of Winbond Electronics Corporation and CEO

GlobalPlatform IoTopia Initiative: Mr. Russ Gyurek, GlobalPlatform IoTopia Committee Chair

Late Morning Session

iSIM a Leading Use Case of iSE: Mr. Samuel Chiang, Arm

Application Whitelisting for Fixed-Functionality IoT Devices: Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh, General Director and Vice President at Industrial Technology Research Institute

GlobalPlatform Secure Element (SE): Mr. Karl-Eglof Hartel, GlobalPlatform SE Committee Chair and Olivier Van Nieuwenhuyze, STMicroelectronics and Security Task Force Chair

Primary Sponsor Presentation from Winbond: Secure and Certified NVM for IoT – Nir Tasher, Winbond Security Technology Director

Early Afternoon Session

GlobalPlatform Trusted Execution Environment (TEE): Mr. Christophe Colas, TEE Committee Chair

GlobalPlatform Trusted Platform Services (TPS): Mr. Jeremy O’Donoghue, TPS Committee Chair

Late Afternoon Session

IoT Regulations and Regulatory Trends: Mr. Gil Bernabeu, GlobalPlatform Technical Director

Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Framework: Mr. Rob Coombs, Director IoT Device IP, Arm

Security Evaluation Standard for IoT Platforms (SESIP) Scheme: Mr. Carlos Serratos, Brightsight

Workshop Speakers

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:

As Executive Director of GlobalPlatform, Mr. Gillick is responsible for driving awareness and accelerating adoption of the GlobalPlatform Specifications within worldwide markets. Mr. Gillick coordinates and manages the organization’s strategic planning and oversees all marketing and business development initiatives within key vertical market sectors. He works closely with GlobalPlatform’s Technical Director, all three of the organization’s technical committees – Secure Element (SE), Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and Trusted Platform Services (TPS) – and the GlobalPlatform Task Forces. Mr. Gillick is directly responsible to the Board of Directors and the GlobalPlatform membership.

Prior to his appointment to a full-time role within GlobalPlatform, Mr. Gillick held various marketing and business development at a range of multi-national technology (or technology-based) corporations.

Mr. Gillick has served as GlobalPlatform’s full-time Executive Director since 2006.

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.

Dr. Edwin Liu, the president of Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), is an energy domain expert. Before joining ITRI, he was one of the start-up members and the Senior Vice President of Smart Grid & Grid Management at Nexant, Inc. He is an IEEE Fellow and the former Chairman of the IEEE Computer & Analytical Methods Subcommittee. To assist industries in multidisciplinary innovation and co-creating a better future, he is leading ITRI to roll out its 2030 Technology Strategy and Roadmap, focusing on three applications domains: Smart Living, Quality Health, and Sustainable Environment, and enhancing the development of ICT enabling technologies to support diversified applications.

Arthur Yu-Cheng Chiao is Chairman and CEO of Winbond Electronics Corp. He was also Chairman of Nuvoton before June 2019. He was Chairman of Taiwan Electrical and Electronics Manufacturing Association between 2007 and 2013.

Mr. Chiao emphasizes his business philosophy in sustainability, corporate social responsibility. Both companies won many national awards, including “Industrial Technology Advancement Awards”, “National Invention Award”, “National Award of Excellence”, etc. Furthermore, between 2015 and 2017, Winbond won the “The Corporate Governance Evaluation Award” from Taiwan Stock Exchange and was listed as a component stock of “TWSE CG 100 Index”, respectively. Nuvoton, on the other hand, received “Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Report Awards (TCSA)”.

Russell Gyurek is the Chair of GlobalPlatform’s IoTopia Committee and the Director, IoT-CTO and Industries in Cisco IoT CTO Group. He has over 25 years of networking related technology experience, the majority in leadership positions.  Russ’ range of expertise includes IoT/connectivity of things, analytics and big data, cloud, optical networking technologies, broadband architectures and related technical policy, strategic partnerships and emerging market development.  He has held various leadership roles in creating strategy and direction in these areas.

In Russ’ current role he is responsible for technology leadership, market development, future looking university research engagements, partner due diligence and enablement related to IoT and IoT security baselines and policy.  The CTO group evaluates future trends, emerging standards, technologies, and architectures that drive and influence Cisco’s market portfolio relating to IoT. He also works closely with the vertical solutions organization – turning strategy into real world IoT deployments, including IIoT, connected transportation and connected communities.  For the past year he has been leading an industry wide effort focused on the security and scale-ability of “things”.  This effort is now in productization and development with the various players in the IoT eco-system which has led to the creation of an industry consortia called IoTopia. In addition, Russ is a value-of-the-infrastructure advisor to customers, helping to create new business models and use cases to leverage network data for cloud and real time event processing.

Russ engaged in numerous sponsored research work at various universities during his 20 year career at Cisco.   In industry related work, he holds a board seats on University of Washington IoT Board, and the NCSU ECE strategic advisory board, Georgia Tech’s CDAIT board, RTCC board, the CleanTech Corridor board and represents Cisco on RIOT (regional IoT organization).  In these board roles he has collaborated with multi-stakeholders to create new programs for IoT and data science/analysis.  Russ has held board roles in the past on the FTTH Council and the OCF (Open Connectivity Foundation).  He is a participating member on Global Platform- leading the technical committee for IoTopia, 5GAA, and 5G ACIA.  He has given numerous keynotes at conferences and research workshops on IoT and related topics.  Russ has played key roles in IEEE standards development and ratification including 802.3.  Russ holds an appointed position on the FCC-TAC (Technical Advisory Council) where he has chaired Working Groups on the “sunset of the PSTN”, “network resiliency”, “IoT”, Next Generation Internet and “Next Generation Policy and Regulations”.  He is currently the working group Chairman for the 5G/IoT FCC working group team.  He was just reappointed to another 2-year term on the FCC TAC in May of 2019.  Russ has led and participated on numerous technical policy teams in the past 10 years.  These include the state of California, West Virginia, and the country of Lebanon.  Prior to Cisco, Russ held senior technical and leadership roles at BellSouth (AT&T), in the networking part of the business.

Mr. Hartel has been an active participant in GlobalPlatform activities for many years, and was elected to serve as SE Committee Chair in 2009. Mr. Hartel also represents Giesecke & Devrient in the European Telecommunications Standards Institute’s (ETSI) Smart Card Platform Technical Working Group and in GSMA Projects. He also works to promote GlobalPlatform technology within ETSI and GSMA specifications.

Mr. Colas is currently SVP Products at Trustonic. In this role, he is responsible for managing the overall portfolio of Trustonic products focused particularly around application protection. Mr. Colas has participated in the development of several software architectures including Visa Open Platform Terminal Framework which has since transferred to GlobalPlatform.

Mr. Colas has been involved with GlobalPlatform since its inception, and was elected to serve as the association’s Device (now TEE) Committee Chair in 2009. He has also served as a GlobalPlatform Board Director since 2015.

Mr. O’Donoghue currently serves as a Principal Engineer / Manager at Qualcomm, working within the Secure Systems Group. He is responsible for architecture and development of software focused around secure platforms and NFC. In previous roles at Qualcomm, he was the lead security architect and software lead for an NFC CLF development, and has worked extensively on telephony aspects of both Android and Windows-based mobile systems. Mr. O’Donoghue was also an early participant in developing the GSMA NFC Handset Requirements and Testbook.

Mr. O’Donoghue joined the GlobalPlatform Board of Directors in 2016.

Mr. Coombs is GlobalPlatform’s Vice Chair. In his role at Arm, Mr. Coombs currently serves as Director, IoT Device IP.

Mr. Coombs has over 20 years of experience in marketing, business development and engineering, which has been gained through positions in leading semiconductor and intellectual property companies. He has global experience of working within the mobile and wireless industries at a senior level and has extensive international experience of running global teams in the chip and mobile business community. Previous roles at Arm include being part of the founding exec team at Linaro, a strategic open source organization.

Mr. Coombs joined the GlobalPlatform Board of Directors in 2014.

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.

Mr. Jiunn-Shiow Lin earned a M.S. degree in international economics from University of Wyoming, USA. He is in charge of ICT industry promoting of the government. He is devoted to enhancing the cooperation among cybersecurity and ICT manufacturers, and to promote the business opportunities of Taiwanese cybersecurity industry.


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 and Code Storage Flash, is widely used by tier-1 customers in communication, consumer electronics, automotive and industrial ,and computer peripheral markets.  Winbond is also a leading specialty and secure memory supplier. With the introduction of TrustME Security Solution, Winbond has dedicated ourselves to providing high quality secure external storage for code and data in SoC- and processor-based systems.

Winbond is headquartered in Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP)and it has subsidiaries in the USA, Japan, Israel , China and Hong Kong.

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.


Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Our advanced, energy-efficient processor designs have enabled intelligent computing in more than 160 billion chips and our technologies now securely power products from the sensor to the smartphone and the supercomputer. In combination with our IoT device, connectivity and data management platform, we are also enabling customers with powerful and actionable business insights that are generating new value from their connected devices and data. Together with 1,000+ technology partners we are at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of compute from the chip to the cloud.

Industrial Technology Research Institute is a world-leading applied technology research institute with more than 6,000 outstanding employees. Its mission is to drive industrial development, create economic value, and enhance social well-being through technology R&D. Founded in 1973, it pioneered in IC development and started to nurture new tech ventures and deliver its R&D results to industries. ITRI has set up and incubated over 280 companies, including listed companies such as TSMC, UMC, Taiwan Mask Corp., Epistar Corp., Mirle Automation Corp., and Taiwan Biomaterial Co.

ITRI is dedicated to creating new value and identifying emerging demands for partners while facing global challenges and opportunities, such as urbanization, aging societies, new production and consumption patterns, climate change caused by global warming, and a post-COVID-19 era.

Travel & Venue

Tuesday, 25 August 2020
Sheraton Hsinchu Hotel
Zhubei City, Taiwan

No. 265, Dong Sec. 1, Guangming 6th Road

Limited Seating

Seating for this workshop is in-person and limited. In order to avoid disappointment, please register now.

As seating is limited, we politely request you inform the GlobalPlatform Secretariat should you be unable to attend after registering.

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