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Date: Wednesday 14 June 2017
Time: 12:00 Noon UTC
Price: FREE
Duration: 50 minutes (including Q&A)
Link to register: linaro.co/webinar01
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TEE security infrastructure is now upstream in the Linux kernel, thanks to the hard work of many people in the ARM open source ecosystem. In this upcoming webinar, Joakim Bech and Jens Wiklander of the Linaro Security Working Group explain:

  • Why upstream Linux kernel driver support is an important milestone.
  • The relationship with specifications such as GlobalPlatform.
  • A recap of the design principles for the TEE driver.
  • How to get involved with TEE development.

This webinar is based on the work of the Linaro Security Working Group. Their work helps Linaro achieve its mission of providing upstream open source support for the ARM ecosystem. The webinar will be of interest to developers and engineering managers who would like the latest status on TEE support in Linux, particularly those looking to develop secure applications with e.g. OP-TEE. It’s also a great case study for those interested in the challenges of Linux kernel upstreaming. There will be the opportunity to ask questions before, during and after the webinar.

Speakers:
Joakim Bech, Security Working Group Tech Lead, Linaro
Jens Wiklander, Security Working Group Engineer & Upstream Driver Author, Linaro​

Moderator:
Bill Fletcher, EMEA Field Engineering, Linaro

Register here

Unable to attend? Register now and you will receive an email with the recorded presentation after the webinar.

For more information on…
On Linaro – Leading Collaboration in the ARM Ecosystem – please click here.
On OP-TEE – the TEE in Linux using the ARM® TrustZone® technology, please click here.