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Panel: Consumer Electronics/IoT Device Security

February 21, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Inform IEEE consumer electronics society members on various areas of device security and how you can add security to device in the initial design stage or, later and trade offs between how much security is needed and where to place security in overall system with multiple devices.

I will have speakers Suresh and Jasper to cover areas of security as outlined below. Each speaker will present 20 minutes of lecture followed by 30 minutes of panel discussion. I will facilitate panel discussion and views between speakers.

1. ARM trusted zone, ARM based device security and secured boot – Technical leader and security expert from ARM -Suresh Marisetty

2. Device security, security diagnostics and example to show how you proof for a type of hacking/other attack on the devices by adding hardware/software security in initial design or, later design – CTO of Riscure Jasper Van Woudenberg

Speakers profile:

Suresh Marisetty – https://www.linkedin.com/in/suresh-marisetty-9803352/

Technical Leader at Emerging Segments Security & Systems Architecture at Arm Inc

Suresh Marisetty is a technical leader at emerging businesses security & systems architecture at Arm Inc., covering Automotive, IoT, Embedded and other mobile segments. He has 25+ years of industry experience with over 12-years of security solutions architecture expertise, driving end-to-end SoC Security solutions from concept to product delivery and has successfully delivered about half a dozen Si solutions for Automotive, IoT, Embedded, Mobiles, Desktop and Server platforms at Intel. He is currently serving as a vice-chair for Trusted Platform Services committee at Global Platform standards body. His prior contributions includes Server platform machine check architecture for RAS and its enabling as an industry standard through UEFI SIG. He holds about 25 patents, several publications and is a co-author of book “Beyond BIOS – Developing with UEFI”. He has a master’s degree in engineering from Cal Poly, Pomona, CA..

Jasper Van Woudenberg – https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaspervw/

Jasper (@jzvw) currently is CTO for Riscure North America, working with the SF based team to improve embedded device security

As CTO of Riscure North America, Jasper is principal security analyst and ultimately responsible for Riscure North America’s technical activities.


February 21, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


NVIDIA, Building E
2800 Scott Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95050 United States
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