There is an increasing concern about the amount of information stored on or transmitted from IoT edge devices and the ability to protect personal and corporate data. This concern is driving demand for security in SoCs targeting the IoT market, but unfortunately the size and power constraints for these devices make implementing required security features challenging.

This one hour webinar will provide insight into IoT edge device security requirements and how they can be met with an ultra-low power processor.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • The common security functions expected to be performed by IoT devices
  • Strategies to reduce energy consumed in executing cryptographic functions
  • Basics of creating a trusted execution environment on a single ultra-low power processor
  • Techniques to prevent system tampering and IP theft.

Who should attend:
IC design engineers and managers, system architects, and engineers involved in technical IP decisions who are interested in processors.


Angela Raucher

Angela Raucher has over 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry and has held a number of leadership positions in product line management, technical support, software development and marketing across embedded processing and mixed signal semiconductor businesses serving Consumer, Industrial, Communications and Automotive markets. Angela holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Virgina Tech.

Ruud Derwig

Ruud Derwig has 20+ years of experience with software and system architectures for embedded systems. Key areas of expertise include (real-time, multi-core) operating systems, media processing, component based architectures, and security. He holds a master’s degree in computing science and a professional doctorate in engineering. Ruud started his career at Philips Corporate Research, has been working as Software Technology Competence Manager at NXP Semiconductors, and is currently Software & Systems Architect in Synopsys’ Solutions Group.