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ST Developers Conference: Secure Boot and Firmware Upgrade Made Easy Thanks to Hands-on Lab

270 Views August 30, 2017

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One of the greatest challenges when designing new connected devices is impeccable security. This is why ST will hold a hands-on lab on secure boot and firmware update during its Developers Conference that will take place in Santa Clara on September 6. IoT has taught us one thing: nothing is safe! One of the big security scandals this summer …

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NFC Tag Reading Lands Key Endorsement

520 Views June 7, 2017

NFC opens locked doors

Many users — and NFC-market leaders — have long awaited an announcement on NFC tag reading from Apple. With just under 20% market share according to Gartner’s 2016 analysis and an outsized enthusiasm among many of its more than 700-million users, the Company wielded exceptional power to kickstart NFC-driven innovation.

Now, the wait is over! In its presentations at the 2017 Apple Worldwide …

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by Michael Markowitz

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Cryptolib: The Most Complex Cryptographic Algorithms Become Modular, Certified, and Easy

865 Views February 9, 2017

IoT is now nicknamed the “Internet of Threats”, cars get more easily hacked than computers, and improperly encrypting users’ data could bankrupt a company. The world is moving toward more and better encryption methods, because they are necessary to tackle the new challenges users face. ST brings many hardware optimizations to its platform to ensure that encryption and decryption operations do …

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Mobile Payment Pays Off Thanks to ST’s Unique, Complete, and Certified Solution

378 Views February 2, 2017

Last month, at CES 2017, ST showcased a complete solution to integrate mobile payment in smartphones and wearable devices. Contactless payment is not new, but building such a system from the ground up is extremely cumbersome, which explains why so few companies offer it. There are so many aspects to consider, such as communication protocols, the security, and the various …

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ST’s New TPM Modules Support Dual Mode and 110 KB of Memory, That’s Embedded Security made Easier

410 Views December 9, 2016

If it’s on the Internet, it’s hackable ! The need for security has reached new heights as threats are more elaborate and more damaging than ever. Protecting your PC or servers against attacks is now common knowledge and mobile devices are constantly stepping up their security measures. However, this isn’t enough. Peripherals, such as keyboards and mice, are at risk, 

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ST Developers Conference 2016 online – for those who couldn’t make it in person

450 Views October 14, 2016

The ST Developers Conference 2016 took place in Santa Clara, California on October 4th with more than 600 attendees. In order to share the proceedings with those that were unable to travel so far or who had conflicting engagements, we have created some dedicated post-event web pages for you.

We have now loaded all the presentations, organised by subject track:

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by Colin Long

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IoT at the Heart of the ST Developers Conference

168 Views October 5, 2016

The doors of the first ST Developers Conference just closed, and the excitement is still palpable. Thanks to the more than 600 attendees, 25 partner booths, 35 workshops, and several announcements, the event successfully brought together corporations, engineers, developers, makers, and enthusiasts around exciting technologies.

SensorTile’s Flexibility Impresses

 

One recurring theme of this year’s Conference was the Internet of Things …

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