Java Card Forum

Learn more about Securing the IoT Edge with Java Card + 20 years of Security Innovation

Following the JavaOne conference in October this year, we are delighted to be able to share 2 presentations made by Oracle about Java Card technology:

Securing the IoT Edge with Java Card

This presentation looks at security risks introduced by new connected devices and highlights how Java Card solutions can help design secure IoT systems. It covers the following:
• Connected devices, security risks, and requirements
• Secure hardware options addressing IoT edge security challenges: established (TPM/TEE/Secure Element) and emerging solutions (integrated Secure Element)
• Impact of secure hardware introduction on the IoT infrastructure and ecosystem
• Java Card as an abstraction for new secure hardware solutions and driving cross-market adoption
• IoT edge security use cases (secure TLS, device attestation, secure I/O) and Java Card as an enabler of strong IoT security (certification, openness, verticals, …)

Java Card: 20 Years of Security Innovation

Java Card technology, entering its 20th year of existence, is available in billions of secure devices shipped each year. Oracle and Java Card Forum are working on the next iteration of the Java Card specification, bringing significant additions to address new security form factors in mobile and IoT. This session looks back at the history of Java Card adoption and introduces key features of the upcoming Java Card 3.1 release.

To view, go to the following link and click on the download icon: https://oracle.rainfocus.com/catalog/oracle/oow17/catalogjavaone17?search=java%20card&showEnrolled=false

Author: Karen B

Karen has been working in the high-tech industry for over 20 years covering system support, event management, corporate publishing and secretariat support for special interest groups. As well as running the UK office, she manages the annual Contactless Intelligence Spring Conference and is the Marketing & Operations Secretariat for the Java Card Forum. She is currently based in the UK.

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