Webinar on November 30th, 2021, 2 p.m.:
Enhancing the Security and robustness of Industrial IoT and automotive platforms with secure flash
Today, most industrial platforms are expected to connect to the internet. All new automotive platforms rely heavily on the internet – with IoT devices basing their services on this connection. However, with many security platforms lagging adequate security measures, the risk of a catastrophic security breach becomes an ever-higher possibility.
But securing the software itself is an impossible task - it's almost impossible to rely on software to secure itself because it is continually changing and evolving. So what can be done? Winbond's W77Q secure NOR flash family offers the perfect solution for designers of embedded platforms. Industrial, automotive, and IoT designers can dramatically enhance their systems' security with a simple drop-in replacement to the NOR flash devices in the system.
The W77Q is fully compatible with standard NOR flash devices yet offer adequate protection against cyber threats. The W77Q comes in densities ranging from 16 to 128 Mbit – and is certified for security, automotive and industrial standards, offering the best solution in bolt-on security for the system.
Learn how to enhance the robustness and increase the security of your system with Winbond's W77Q.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What are the hidden security risks in IoT applications?
- How to ensure your platform has adequate security
- How Winbond’s W77Q NOR flash family offers the best solution for security and robustness in embedded industrial and automotive appliations
Nir Tasher, Winbond Security Technology Director
Mr. Nir Tasher serves as Director of Technology for Winbond Security Products and has been with the Winbond group since 2005 serving in various technology related positions. Mr Tasher has over 25 years of experience in the technology industry. He holds over 20 US patents in various fields of security and system design. Mr. Tasher hold a MSc. EE. Cum Laude from Tel Aviv University.
Dr.-Ing. Nicole Ahner
Dr.-Ing. Nicole Ahner absolvierte ihr Studium der Elektrotechnik/Informationstechnik mit Spezialisierung auf Mikroelektronik erfolgreich an der Technischen Universität Chemnitz. Seit 2016 ist sie Mitglied des Redaktionsteams von emobility tec, elektronik industrie, elektronik journal und all-electronics.de.