The JCF is planning a Series of 6 Webinars in Q4 of 2020, to share with you insights into why Java Card should be the platform of choice in the IoT domain. This Series is FREE OF CHARGE and you can attend as many of the Webinars as you want.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
The Java Card Webinar Series will provide you with an exceptional opportunity to discover how Java Card technology could expand your business. This Series will explain how:
- the Java Card platform can securely support software upgrades for IoT devices
- low cost IoT devices can benefit from Java Card technology, especially in terms of security and updatability
- the Java Card platform enhances eSIM cellular authentication with cloud authentication capabilities
- a Java Card platform and applications can be personalised securely in the field
- Java Card technology provides device attestation
- a Java Card-based Secure Element can be used to secure the communication between edge devices and multiple IoT Cloud platforms
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This Series is key for IoT device developers, IoT security systems architects, product managers, MNOs, application developers and security experts.
During the Series you will be able to interact with our panel of Java Card specialists (including such companies as G+D Mobile Security, Infineon, Thales, Oracle and our guest speakers Kigen and Orange).
WEBINAR 5: Thursday 3rd December, 9am CET + 5pm CET
IoT Device Attestation – Demo (Oracle)
Presenter: Patrick van Haver
Biography: Patrick is a Principal Engineer in the Java Platform Group at Oracle and spec lead for the Java Card platform.
He has extensive experience in security and held multiple positions in engineering, product management and sales organizations, previously at Gemalto and now at Oracle.
He led the design and the deployment at scale of security solutions for telecom, payment, identity & access management and IoT markets.
Patrick holds a MSc degree in Computer Science and AI from Luminy University, France.
Presenter: Nicolae Bors
Biography: Nicolae is a Software Engineer for Oracle, based in Bucharest, Romania. He has 4 years of experience in Java, as well as being involved in different Java Card and Internet of Things projects during his masters studies.
At Oracle, since last year, he has been contributing to the implementation of solutions for the Java Card Platform. He is an IoT and hardware security enthusiast.
Webinar Overview: On-boarding IoT devices requires checking device identity and other attributes (e.g. software state, debug status, security level, etc.). GlobalPlatform has defined an Entity Attestation Token (EAT), as well as the protocol to securely process and export a set of claims securely encapsulated in the EAT. This demonstration shows a secure attestation service running as Java Card application in SE. The service processes attestation requests, builds, signs and exports the EAT corresponding to the EAT specification and requested claims. The EAT is verified by a Cloud service that decides on-boarding depending on policies.
DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION: https://javacardforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/12/2020-12-device-attestation-using-java-card.pdf
WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/2554945476462614542
WEBINAR 6: Thursday 10th December, 9am CET + 5pm CET
IoT Secure Sensors Payload & Cloud Connection – Demo (Oracle)
Presenter: Cristian Valeriu Toma
Biography: Cristian is a Senior Software Engineer at Oracle – Java Platform Group organization and a member of the Bucharest-Romania team within Java Card and Embedded Security Technology field. He has over 17 years of experience with IT technologies and he has been a member of IEEE and GlobalPlatform since 2014. His work focuses on Cyber Security, Java Card, IoT – Internet of Things, Crypto Blockchain, eMbedded and Mobile applications development/computing, Cloud / Fog / Infrastructures Distributed and Parallel computing, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and computational cryptography.
Presenter: Vlad Petrovici
Biography: Vlad Petrovici M.Sc is from Bucharest – Romania, where he works as a Senior Software Engineer at Oracle. He has over 13 years experience with various technologies used in the Java and Internet of Things Oracle products, with a focus on Security for Embedded Systems and Data Analytics. He utilizes his programming knowledge, as well as understanding how to implement the right solutions for the Java Card platform.
Webinar Overview: Securing communication between IoT devices and IoT cloud services is critical to building trusted IoT environments. This demonstration explains how a Java Card-based SE is used to secure the communication between edge devices and multiple IoT Cloud platforms. Among other aspects the demo shows how Java Card and GlobalPlatform technologies support the capability to update and upgrade the security scheme simplifying the repurposing of a device to migrate to another cloud solution.
REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR AT 9AM CET: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5220249622123436812
REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR AT 5PM CET: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8351802774052702220
Please note: All presentations/demos will be in English
WEBINAR 1: Thursday 5th November, 9am CET + 5pm CET
The GSMA IoTSafe Applet specification – only for eSIM products? (Infineon)
Presenter: Daniel Hübner, Infineon
Biography: Daniel Hübner is System Architect for the Infineon OPTIGA™ Trust Portfolio. He brings a wealth of 15 years’ experience in the smart card industry and has therefore developed an extensive knowledge in the related ecosystem. Before his current role, he was also responsible for the product definition of the OPTIGA™ Connect Consumer eSIM solution. Prior to that he was a support engineer for Java Card solutions in the payment and government domain.
Webinar Overview: The GSMA has released a specification for a Java Card applet to enable the key handshake procedure required in the TLS protocol. By doing that, the GSMA plan is to enhance eSIM cellular authentication with cloud authentication capabilities and forge the secure Trust Anchor protecting the necessary authentication credentials.
We want to give a short introduction into IoTsafe, why we have decided to go for IoT SAFE, not only for the eSIM, but also for non-cellular Secure Element products and how Java Card helps to save costs and time on R&D and maintenance.
DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION: https://javacardforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/gsma-iot-safe-only-for-the-esim.pdf
WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8992480503355513356
WEBINAR 2: Thursday 12th November, 9am CET + 5pm CET
The Benefits of Java Card in eUICC for IoT Devices (Thales DIS)
Presenter: Denis Praca, Thales
Biography: Denis Praca has over 30 years of experience in the Telecom industry and is currently an expert within the standardization team of Thales DIS. Denis has been working in the smart card industry for over 20-years, and is active in several standardization activities in various organizations such as the ETSI, GSMA and Trusted Connectivity Alliance (formerly SIMalliance). Outstanding contributions include the editorship of the remote SIM provisioning architecture document at the GSMA (SGP.22 specification), as well as chairing the eUICC working group at the Trusted Connectivity Alliance, and vice-chairing the ETSI Smart Card Platform (SCP) working group.
Webinar Overview: Java Card has for years been a mandatory standardized key component of the eUICC. The emergence of low cost IoT devices brings the temptation to remove Java Card to further push cost down. This Webinar will describe the benefits of Java Card for low cost IoT devices, especially in terms of security and updatability, showing that its removal from IoT devices may not be the cleverest choice. Of course, Java Card is today the only interoperable option offered for secure application developers, but in addition to interoperability, Java Card also offers significant benefits. This Webinar will address these benefits, including for example:
- Security of IoT devices and eco-system, even low cost, is not an option, especially when these devices are shipped in the millions. The use of a virtual machine like the one offered by Java Card is the easiest way to improve security of software, by providing the best process and data isolation. In addition, by relying on a proven standard solutions like IoT-SAFE, confidence in the eco-system can be increased.
- To maintain the security level, IoT devices require updatability. Java Card helps the updating process.
- When addressing different markets, customization of devices is required and Java Card is helping the customization process.
- IoT devices using 3GPP connectivity must embed a secured UICC containing Network Access Applications and grouping all secure related features in a single place minimizes cost. It should also be noted that most of the MNOs use Java Card applets in order to adapt device network access to their network specifications (e.g. Roaming or DNS management)
- In conclusion, we will try to show that the benefit of supporting Java Card in a UICC or eUICC largely compensates its cost.
DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION: https://javacardforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/javacard-for-iot-nov-2020-webinar-thales.pdf
WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8747755603446468098
WEBINAR 3: Thursday 19th November, 9am CET + 5pm CET
Growing a secure ecosystem for IoT Devices (Kigen, An Arm Company & Orange – guest speakers)
Presenter: Paul Bradley, Kigen
Biography: Paul Bradley is the Director of Strategy & Innovation at Kigen, An Arm Company. Working with Tier 1 partners within the ecosystem, Paul develops and executes strategies based upon market insights to maintain Kigen’s position as an industry leader in secure identity from chip-to-cloud. Prior to Kigen, Paul worked at TM Forum, launching the solutions-oriented Open Digital Framework, and at Gemalto where he held various senior management and consulting roles in the digital security field. Paul has a BSc. in Applied Science (Computer Science & Software Engineering) from Trinity College and Technological University Dublin (formerly Dublin Institute of Technology).
Presenter: Anurag Sharma, Kigen
Biography: Anurag Sharma is the Senior Software Developer for Kigen’s Secure Connectivity offer. Anurag is responsible for javacard Applet development. Prior to Kigen, Anurag worked at Nucleus software where he took care of security aspects and applet architecture for the world’s first peer to peer offline payment system, and in Idemia where he was responsible for javacard applet and tools development. Anurag has B.Tech in Computer Science from U.P. Technical University, India. Anurag is an IoT and payment security enthusiast.
Presenter: Leila de Charette, Orange
Biography: Leila de Charette is an IoT Standardization Engineer at Orange Labs security team. She represents Orange at various standardization bodies dealing with IoT security (like ETSI TC Cyber, ENISA IoT security certification, GSMA IoT Security, oneM2M security stream). Leila also ensures end-to-end security for several internal Orange projects due to her 15 years of experience in the end-to-end architecture of complex IT ecosystems. In general Leila’s role at Orange Labs is to guarantee that the solutions proposed to Orange customers are trusted and protecting customer’s privacy.
Presenter: Fabrice Fontaine, Orange
Biography: Fabrice Fontaine is an embedded system security expert at Orange Labs. In his daily-job, he is called upon to pen test IoT devices and design innovative solutions that improve security. He has worked at Orange Labs since 2007 and was an embedded developer, as well as a UPnP standardization delegate in his previous positions. He is also an open-source enthusiast who contributes actively to buildroot, a simple, efficient and easy-to-use tool to generate embedded Linux systems through cross-compilation.
McKinsey estimates that by 2025, IoT could contribute up to $11.1 trillion per annum to the global economy. Achieving this kind of impact would require various conditions to be in place. One of them is ensuring seamless and secure IoT device provisioning and management so companies unlock the full value of IoT data insights. Learn about Kigen’s recent collaboration with Vodafone which demonstrates how an iSIM-powered smart label, created for the health sciences giant Bayer, can safely deliver data insights, securely via cellular networks.
IoT devices rely on establishing trust with a cloud to exchange data securely. However, the high number of proprietary IoT security solutions that currently exist creates a great deal of fragmentation on the market. Find out how GSMA’s IoT SAFE can address this issue, by delivering a repeatable, standardized solution which is hugely scalable. Kigen and Orange will together explain how OEMs and enterprises can utilize an eSIM/iSIM with an IoT SAFE applet to ‘bake’ secure connectivity into the device at the point of manufacture and enable even the smallest devices to connect, authenticate and exchange trusted data with clouds right out-of-the box.
Learn how Orange used Kigen OS with IoT SAFE to establish a mutually authenticated connection from an Arduino NB-IoT device to Orange’s IoT cloud platform (Live Objects) and how, following this work, the GSMA specification was updated to avoid any interoperability issues. As part of this initiative, an IoT SAFE library was open sourced by Orange to help boost IoT SAFE support in the ecosystem.
DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION: https://javacardforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/kigen-arm-orange-javacard-forum_2020_11.pdf
WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7619587404270578191
WEBINAR 4: Wednesday 25th November, 9am CET + 5pm CET
Secure Personalization of Java Card and Applications in the operational phase (G+D Mobile Security)
Presenter: Dr. Ullrich Martini, G+D Mobile Security
Biography: Ullrich Martini studied Physics and received a PhD in 2001 at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. Since 2001 he is has been an employee of Giesecke + Devrient and has worked on different variants of secure hardware and software. Since 2018 he has focused on Internet of Things and Smart Wearables at G + D Mobile Security GmbH. He is responsible for tokenization service in G+D Mobile Security Digital Business.
Webinar Overview: GlobalPlatform (GP) proposed different methods for personalization of Java Card and applications. The presentation explains the possibility and pre-requisites of a de-centralized secure method of Java Card personalisation offered by Java Card and GP technologies and demonstrates an implementation in Java Cards.
DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION: https://javacardforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/11/secure-personalization-jcf-webinar-25.11-1.pdf
WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3883723970150639624