ARM technologies for IoT system's security, from device to cloud
By Mike Eftimakis,
IoT Product Manager,
Developing secure embedded systems, and more particularly for IoT applications, requires specific features and architectural work. Since the problem is pervasive, there is no point in developing solutions in isolation, and it is much more efficient and safer to rely on pre-proven hardware and software components.
To help designers get new products to market, ARM has developed and introduced innovative solutions to take advantage of the latest advancement in embedded architectures. This talk will detail these solutions and show how designers can reduce development effort and cost, while raising the bar in terms of security.
Mike started his career more than 20 years ago, holding many different roles in engineering (layout,
digital design, PCB design, system architecture, Web and database design), including a start-up CEO. His broad background gives him a deep understanding of the issues faced at different stages of a product life cycle.
Before joining ARM as IoT product manager, he was innovating at companies such as VLSI Technology, Philips Semiconductors, NewLogic, his own start-up and consulting business.
Mike's active participation in the early design of Bluetooth and WiFi IP, and in the definition of consumer electronics and remote monitoring systems were key to his involvement in IoT.