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Security made easy on STM32H5: STM32Trust TEE Secure Manager

Massimo Panzica - Mena Roumbakis - Rishi Shukla - STMicroelectronics - Watch Now - EOC 2024 - Duration: 01:51:34

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Prerequisites for this workshop can be downloaded here.

Struggling to protect your end-devices while complying with complex regulations and certification schemes? Join STMicroelectronics during this workshop to discover the power of the STM32Trust TEE Secure Manager, a new set of certified security services that automatically sets up a range of security features.

In this 1.5-hour session, you will learn about the security features of the STM32H5 MCU, and how to integrate the Secure Manager into your embedded design to enable highly secure end-devices that meet the unique security requirements of your project.

Who should watch?

This workshop is intended for firmware developers, system integrators, and design engineers interested in secure solutions for STM32 microcontrollers.

Workshop agenda

  • Introduction to the STM32Trust TEE Secure Manager
  • Overview of the STM32H5 security features
  • Hands-on sessions:
    • install and get started with Secure Manager
    • build and debug your application using Secure Manager services
    • safely reopen debug access with Debug Authentication on STM32H5

Prerequisites

For those who wish to participate in the workshop exercises, you will need the following:

  • A laptop running Windows® 10 or higher, with administrator rights for software and driver installation and an available USB port.
  • One STM32H5 Discovery kit (part number: STM32H573I-DK), which you can purchase in the ST eStore or from one of our distributors.
  • One USB cable (Type C, or Type C-to-Type A)
  • Software tools, downloaded and installed prior to the workshop.
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roland
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Great presentation

Mohamed-Ali
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thank you so much for this valuable presentation !

mgabrea
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Thank you for the presentation.

Vinay_kb
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Great presentation

Khaled
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Great presentation thank you

ic3_2k
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Looks promising

2252
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Very nice presentation
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gmacario
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Very informative presentation, thanks a lot!

gordonmx
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Thank you

silvio.vallorani.dev
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Very good overview of the TEE, thanks!

rakuram
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Very informative

Yousuf
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Nice session, gives a good overview.

Stephane.Boucher
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Slides and prerequisites can be downloaded under 'Slides' and 'Files Provided by the Speaker. (You'll need to be logged in to see/access them).

11:07:40 From Nathan to Everyone:
    Is it possible to follow along the workshop with a STM32 H563ZI Nucleo instead of a H573 eval board ?
11:10:05 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Unfortunately it's not possible because the Secure Manager workshop requires ST-iRoT and Secure Manager sw which are  available on H573 and not in H563
11:11:28 From Nathan to Everyone:
    Répondre à "Unfortunately it's..."

    Thanks for the response
11:11:45 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Anyway step by step slides are provided, so the labs can be run at a later time with the right board.
11:11:56 From Nathan to Everyone:
    A réagi à "Anyway step by ste..." avec 👍
11:31:37 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    Unfortunate acronym 'ROT' when one considers what it refers to is so fundamentally important!
12:01:38 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Where do we get the workshop files from? I'm not seeing them on the Embedded Online Conference website anywhere.
12:02:02 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Hi Michael.
12:03:01 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    We did provide all the step by step slides and a pre-requisites document which was supposed to review in advance in order to install tools and packages
12:03:34 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    How was this provided?
12:04:25 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    @Jacob Beningo, can you answer about the files we did share in advance?
12:04:59 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    I can try to attach the slides in this chat
12:06:32 From Thomas Schaertel to Everyone:
    Replying to "How was this provide..."

    I guess, they are nowhere. Normally they would be in the slides and resources section, but I can’t see anything like that within the workshop information.
12:07:49 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    They were provided together to the rest of material. I'll let @Jacob Beningo to reply on this.
    In the meantime  I think I attached slides and pre-requisites in this chat.
12:08:08 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    May be useful to add the Data Brief 'Discovery kit with STM32H573II MCU'
12:08:16 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Thank you Massimo, can you also share the workshop project here?
12:09:34 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    MIchael, if you follow the pre-requisites document it will help you to download and install everything properly
12:10:07 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    and you will have all the projects and related files and tools we are using in the presented labs
12:10:20 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    That's the best way to proceed
12:10:32 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Got it, thank you. Will go through it on my own time.
12:11:46 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Great ! :-)   For any issue following the labs at a later time, there is also a link to our on-line support in the pre-requisites doc and the questions/issues will be forwarded  to us.
12:12:06 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Thank you!
12:17:08 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Hi Bob, good point. Thanks.
    Here the link to the STM32H673I-DK:
    https://www.st.com/en/evaluation-tools/stm32h573i-dk.html
12:17:36 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Datbrief can be downloaded from this link
12:19:44 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Reacted to "May be useful to add..." with 👍
12:21:40 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    Hi Massimo, I'd already retrived it, it was for the benefit of other attendees ;<))
12:22:01 From Massimo Panzica to Everyone:
    Reacted to "Hi Massimo, I'd alre..." with 👍
12:22:15 From Stephane to Everyone:
    Replying to "How was this provide..."

    They have now been added on the website, really sorry about that.
12:25:03 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Replying to "How was this provide..."

    At least it wasn't just me having technical difficulties, thank you for looking into this!
12:26:58 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    It would be a good idea if we, EEE et al, had an equivalent to QR codes but for part numbers, semiconductor ICs especially !!
12:27:55 From Junnan Pan to Everyone:
    It is a pitty that we can not by preparing in advance follow the hand-on
12:28:16 From Junnan Pan to Everyone:
    pity*
12:30:04 From Michael Estes to Everyone:
    Replying to "It is a pitty that w..."

    Agreed, hopefully EOC can fix this for the remainder of the workshops this week.
12:30:39 From Stephane to Everyone:
    Replying to "It is a pitty that w..."

    Yes, sorry for overlooking the prerequisites document.
12:36:28 From Joe to Everyone:
    My understanding is that some or all of this process is only supported for the 573 chip; can you clarify what the process looks like on the 563?
12:38:09 From Joe to Everyone:
    Thanks!
12:38:41 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    Will STM, at some point, be considering introducing FPGA fabric in these chipsets?
12:45:12 From Joe to Everyone:
    Is there a command-line version of the process you demonstrated on the GUI, for mass production?
12:51:44 From Gordon to Everyone:
    Thank you
12:52:04 From Bob Fish to Everyone:
    Planning to introduce some purposeful quantum techniques in additional techniques to further fool nefarious actors?

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