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Security and Licensing for IoT Devices
Combining Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) like TCG TPM and Intel's SGX technology with the power of CodeMeter Intel SGX is an architectural extension used to level up the protection for software code and data against illicit access or manipulation. Software developers using the Intel SGX development kit can keep their binaries in special regions of memory, so-called enclaves, where they are shielded for execution. The instruction sets are supported by the sixth, seventh, and eighth generations of Intel Core™ and Intel Xeon® E3 processors. Intel SGX creates enclaves to store binary code in encrypted form in Random Access Memory (RAM). By linking these enclaves with CodeMeter, software developers can benefit not only from the power of the hidden RAM enclaves to keep their sensitive data, but also from a special binding extension enclave, a secure memory region on their devices. This enables them to stop their code from being debugged or tampered with in the memory and to give the memory itself a solid protection.
--- Date: 28.02.2019 Time: 15:30 - 16:00 Location: Conference Counter NCC Ost