3 Key Requirements to Lock in Security for your Next Design
29 Jan 2019 - 29 Jun 2019
In this webinar, you will learn how hardware-based security offers the most robust protection.
What do video cameras, cars, point-of-sales terminals, and baby monitors have in common? Each has been hacked. In today’s smart, connected world, products we use every day are more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. According to Gartner, 20% of enterprise attacks will involve the IoT in 2020.
But all too often, security remains an afterthought—often because of misconceptions over how much time, effort, and money is required. Get the real scoop by attending our webinar, “3 Key Requirements to Lock in Security for Your Design.” You’ll learn:
- Why it’s critical to design security in early
- Why software-based security is misleading
- How hardware-based security offers the most robust protection
- How turnkey embedded security delivers the authenticity, confidentiality and integrity that are essential to meeting security requirements without impacting your design cycle.
Principal Member of Technical Staff (Maxim Integrated)
Reza joined Maxim in 2009 and since then he has been working on many different Maxim security parts, and supporting Maxim customers. Prior to joining Maxim, Reza held various positions as analog, digital and power electronics design engineer for more than 10 years. He holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
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