Robert Brown, ARM
Consult Hyperion, 03/04/2012
Rob Brown joined ARM in 2005 and is currently responsible for directing ARM security market strategy and business development. This includes ARM products such as TrustZone and SecurCore, external partnerships and supporting industry activity. Prior to joining ARM he worked for eight years in the RFID sector in start-up companies and silicon IP providers for NFC and played an active role in the in defining the support for the NFC Forum Type 1 tag. He holds a Bachelors degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Manchester. ARM have just announced an important joint venture (well, important to the world of secure electronic transactions!).
ARM, Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient today announced the creation of a joint venture dedicated to delivering a secure, accessible environment for advanced services running on the growing range of connected devices… The new venture will focus on improving security for smart connected devices by developing a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) based on the established ARM® TrustZone® security technology.[From ARM, Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient Form Joint Venture To… - ARM]
In this podcast Rob explains what the TEE is how a mobile TEE might be expected to work in the mass market
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