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How to Add Multi-layered Authentication into Your IoTs

Posted on: May 7, 2018 | Duration: 60 min.
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In today's connected world, there's no denying smart devices need reliable security. If you're looking for a cost-effective memory with authentication, you'll find everything you need in Winbond's W74M memory devices. These non-volatile memory products, equipped with multi-layered authentication, add a robust layer of security to IoT devices.

The multi-layer authentication is accompanied by a "Challenge and Response" routine which involves the private root key and updated Monotonic Flash Counter value. Each W74M can provide authentication service for up to 4 different hosts or systems to ensure that a product, consumables it uses, firmware it runs, accessories that support it, and the network nodes it connects to are not cloned or counterfeited.

This webinar will address:

  • Differences between Symmetric and Asymmetric Crypto
  • Monotonic Flash Counter and its purpose
  • Authentication & Multi-layered Authentication
  • HMAC-SHA-256
  • Challenge and Response

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CS Lin, Marketing Executive, Winbond Electronics Corp. America

CS Lin is the Marketing Executive at Winbond. With 30 years of experience in design, applications, sales/marketing, business development and management of the semiconductor and high tech industries, CS is in charge of developing business and marketing strategy for company's most recent security products. Previously, he served as the Vice President of Marketing at Nuvoton Technology Corporation America for developing the business and marketing strategy, leading the marketing team to achieve revenue goals for Audio SoC and Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers. In 2007, he was named Sr. Director, Product Marketing, bringing his skills in product development, strategic marketing and business development to establish and manage newly established Audio product line. Mr. Lin received his Masters of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Syracuse University of New York. He holds patents in the field of semiconductor design and applications.

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