LVC21-109: Introducing the Trusted Services project

Session Abstract

Trusted Services is a new trustedfirmware.org project that provides a home for security related service components that may be integrated and deployed in different secure processing environments. Whether running under OP-TEE as a trusted application, within a secure partition or on a secondary MCU, services that implement platform security function such as secure storage, cryptography and fTPM can be built using common components, interface definitions and test cases. The presentation provides an introduction to the project and describes how a common framework can help with reuse and standardization.

Session Speakers

Julian Hall

Arm (Principal Software Engineer (Arm))

Julian works in the Open Source Software group at Arm in the firmware team. He has many years of product development experience ranging from wireless protocol stacks, electronic musical instruments through to Linux based IoT devices. In recent years, he has taken a strong interest in device security and how system partitioning, component isolation and access control can be used to meet security goals.

Trusted Services is a new trustedfirmware.org project that provides a home for security related service components that may be integrated and deployed in different secure processing environments. Whether running under OP-TEE as a trusted application, within a secure partition or on a secondary MCU, services that implement platform security function such as secure storage, cryptography and fTPM can be built using common components, interface definitions and test cases. The presentation provides an introduction to the project and describes how a common framework can help with reuse and standardization.

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