We selected four speakers for you to highlight different security and reliability aspects.
Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC, will explain you how to implement security-thinking into electronics design as well as the importance of the supply of qualified components and reliable electronics.
The payment industry is characterized by a high level of security. With the rise of “always connected” devices, the need for the same type of protection is emerging in a lot of other industries. Peter Timmermans, ATOS Worldline, will present the attacks against which we have to protect a payment terminal, how this can be realized and what are the consequences of this type of precautions.
Obviously, electronic device failures are unwanted. Surprisingly, the unique features of certain IC transistor failure mechanisms can be exploited to create low cost, high security solutions. Thomas Kallstenius, imec, introduces you into the world of security embedding in Integrated Circuits.
Electronics reliability is the main theme in today’s cEDM activities. Geert Willems, imec, will explain why Physics-of-Failure based Design-for-Reliability is essential for the development of reliably operating secured electronics networks.
13h30 Doors open
14h10 Security Design Thinking for Industrializing IoT and Industry 4.0. Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC – Leaders in Security
14h40 Hardware Security in the payment industry Peter Timmermans, ATOS Worldline – Innovation / IoT / System-on-Chip
15h10 Failure mechanisms turned into an asset: new ways of embedding key security elements in IC’s. Thomas Kallstenius, imec - Program Director Security and Privacy
15h40 Towards Physics-of-Failure based “Reliable-by-Design” electronics Geert Willems, imec – Electronic Assembly/cEDM
16h10 Knowledge-exchange and networking.
- December 8th, 2017 – imec, Leuven
- Participation is free of charge
- Location: imec, Kapeldreef 75, 3001 Leuven
- Registration via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Electronics Design & Manufacturing
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