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HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Industrial Security Forum - The Secure Path of the Digital Future

Security and licensing in IoT devices

Use of secure trusted execution environments (TEE) like Intel's SGX technology with Codemeter

Location & Language

Hall 6, Stand D02

Language

English

Event Details

Type of event

Lecture

Topic

Industrial Supply, Integrated Automation, Motion & Drives, Research & Technology

Session

Event Host

Registration

Attendance free of charge to trade fair ticket holders

Description

Intel SGX is an architecture extension designed to increase the security of application code and data from disclosure and tampering. Software developers availing themselves of Intel SGX SDK can store their binaries in what is commonly referred to as enclaves, which are protected areas for execution in the memory. This set of instructions works with 6th, 7th and 8th generation Intel® Core™ processor platforms and Intel® Xeon® E3 processors . Intel SGX provides an enclave for binary code to be encrypted within the Random-Access Memory (RAM). When this technology is integrated with CodeMeter, ISVs are not just benefitting from a hidden area, in the RAM enclave, where they can store their secret, but also from a Binding Extension enclave, namely a secure storage area on the device. The result: the code cannot be modified or debugged in memory, and the memory itself is secured.

Speaker

  Oliver Winzenried

Oliver Winzenried

CEO, WIBU-SYSTEMS AG

With a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University in Karlsruhe (KIT) and Marcellus Buchheit at his side, Oliver Winzenried founded Wibu-Systems in 1989, and remains the company's CEO. ...

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