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Securing Arm MCUs for IoT Applications


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Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
IoT has created new opportunities for MCU applications, and security is critical as more devices are connected to the cloud.

Hardware manufacturers have introduced solutions to provide security at all levels and enabling many of these technologies are Arm’s TrustZone technology and PSA specification.

In this presentation, we will use real-world Arm MCU examples to dive into how these technologies are integrated with Microsoft Azure RTOS to provide secure cloud connectivity for IoT.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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