This webinar will be broadcast at 10 am New York, 7 am Los Angeles, 4 pm Berlin.
Connectivity has become one very important topic in a myriad of market applications, from general IoT, industrial, consumer, automotive, and infrastructure.
For these markets being connected is much more than simply having a wireless (RF) or Ethernet solution connected to the network/cloud. The applications require protection of not just the liability on critical operations, but also to secure communication solutions through to enabling firmware update features that hackers traditionally target.
Thinking on that, Infineon developed this webinar to better explain what these dangerous points are and what can be done to protect your IP, application and lifecycle.
Infineon will cover the basic applications from a secure bootloader of our XMC™ Cortex® M families, going over the turnkey security solutions within the OPTIGA™ product and solution family and finally combining them together for the most complete security applications.
The objective of this session is to provide a better understanding of the risks, the Infineon portfolio of products and solutions, evaluation kits, software and OS available, and the vast applications that can be addressed by our security solutions.
- Find the right security for your IoT application and the key to the combined applications and markets addressed
- Learn more about Infineon's XMC™ microcontrollers product portfolio and the OPTIGA™ embedded security solutions
- See an introduction into evaluation kits and software, OS for implementation and tests
Marcelo Williams is responsible for the Industrial & Multimarket segment covering XMC™ & AURIX as global owner. He has 14 years of experience with Microcontroller devices and worked for companies such as Texas Instruments, Freescale, in Latin America. In his latest role he was responsible for the Distribution Business of TI and Freescale in Latin America, supporting the global distributors and customers. In addition Marcelo is always supporting the business units as business developer in Latin America for Microcontrollers, Class D amplifiers, Internet of Things (IoT) and BLDC Motor control. Marcelo has a bachelor in Electronic Engineer at Mackenzie University in Brazil and MBA at Business School Lausanne in Switzerland.
Andreas Steiner is responsible for first level technical support for all Infineon Chip Card and Security (CCS) product and solution portfolio. He has worked for Infineon for almost 5 years, working for different areas of CCS like Business Development, Project Management and Application/Field Application Engineering. For the past year he has been providing technical support for Infineon's Smart Card and Security accounts as well as for distributors and distribution customers. Andreas has a bachelor in Industrial Engineering with a focus on Electrical Engineering from DHBW Stuttgart.
Rutronik product sales manager David Werthwein is responsible for the
product marketing of the microcontroller products. In this role he coordinates
the product promotion and the portfolio-management
Rutronik product sales manager René Hermanns is responsible for global
product marketing of Wireless products. In this role he coordinates the product
promotion and the portfolio-management