embedded world 2017: ARM TrustZone Community to Drive Security Education for -M-Class Devices

March 15, 2017
Thomas Ensergueix, Director of Product Marketing for the CPU Group at ARM, reviews some of the highlights of the semiconductor IP company over the past year during an interview with Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor, Embedded Computing Design at embedded world Hall 3, Booth 342. Among his cliff notes is a peak at the first Cortex-M silicon with TrustZone extensions, as well as where the community can access educational information on the new security technology – community.arm.com.
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