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Call for papers for the Embedded-SEC conference on security to be held on March 25th in Paris with L’Embarqué

Publié le 12 février 2021 à 16:25 par François Gauthier        Manifestation

L'Embarque Conférence Embedded-SEC

On March 25th the French web digital media L’Embarqué is organizing the 3rd edition of the Embedded-SEC event, a conference focused on the complex issue of embedding security technologies in connected systems. The conference, to be held both face-to-face in Paris (*) and remotely, will welcome renowned experts of this fragmented market and will focus on delivering current and future technological outlooks on embedding security in systems and IoT devices. The ecosystem necessary to get end-to-end security, from sensors to the cloud, will be also on target.

Three topics will be addressed during this event, organized around the three levels of security to be implemented within the framework of an application for connected intelligent systems:

- Technologies for securing hardware platforms (secure elements, roots of trust, etc.)

- Security of the lower software layers (operating systems, firmware, trusted execution environments, etc.)

- Securing communication links and software at application level.

In this context, a call for papers is open until February 28, 2021. Summaries of the presentations, submitted by suppliers of hardware or software building blocks, vendors of cloud platforms or applied research laboratories, will not be longer than one page and must be sent to the following address: redaction@lembarque.com.

For those wishing to follow news related to the Embedded-SEC conference and, more broadly, announcements related to security of embedded systems and IoT devices and covered by L'Embarqué, a dedicated LinkedIn showcase can be found here.

(*) Location of the conference venue will be communicated later in February

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