03-19-2021 — GlobalPlatform, alongside Prime Sponsor, Oracle, and Supporting Sponsors, STMicroelectronics and Able Device, is hosting a free technical workshop on April 13-14 with  extended virtual exhibition hours on April 15. Experts will educate delegates and offer use cases and demonstrations to explain how stakeholders can quickly and cost-effectively use secure elements (SEs) to solve their IoT implementation, business, security, regulatory and data protection challenges.

“As IoT gathers pace, our lives are becoming entwined with technology, highlighting the need for a standardized secure platform upon which these newly connected industries can thrive,” comments GlobalPlatform Executive Director, Kevin Gillick. “This free technical workshop offers an unparalleled opportunity for stakeholders throughout the IoT value chain to gain insight into how SEs can solve everyday challenges in the secure deployment and management of devices and services.”

GlobalPlatform’s Technical Director, Gil Bernabeu, will present the workshop alongside Oracle’s Senior Director of Java card, Calinel Pasteanu. The first day of the workshop will offer an introduction to SE and Java card technologies and how they can be deployed in IoT. Day 2 will focus on different uses of SEs in IoT to support device onboarding, attestation and connectivity, followed by a demonstration of GSMA’s IoT SAFE (SIM Applet for secure end-to-end). The final day will offer networking opportunities through private appointments and demonstrations via the virtual exhibition hall platform.

The sessions are aimed at stakeholders across the IoT ecosystem, including project managers, security experts, product suppliers, technical consultants, developers and systems integrators.

About GlobalPlatform

GlobalPlatform is a technical standards organization that enables the efficient launch and management of innovative, secure-by-design digital services and devices, which deliver end-to-end security, privacy, simplicity and convenience to users.  It achieves this by providing standardized technologies and certifications that empower technology and service providers to develop, certify, deploy and manage digital services and devices in line with their business, security, regulatory and data protection needs. Key offerings include secure component specifications; the Device Trust Architecture for accessing secure services within a device; the IoTopia Framework for secure launch and management of connected devices; and the SESIP Methodology for IoT device certification.

GlobalPlatform technologies are used in billions of smart cards, smartphones, wearables and other connected and IoT devices to enable convenient and trusted digital services across market sectors, including healthcare, government and enterprise ID, payments, smart cities, industrial automation, smart home, telecoms, transportation, utilities, and OEMs.

GlobalPlatform standardized technologies and certifications are developed through effective industry-driven collaboration, led by multiple diverse member companies working in partnership with industry and regulatory bodies and other interested parties from around the world.

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