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Xavier Bignalet

Xavier Bignalet is security product marketing manager in charge of the secure element portfolio at Microchip Technology with more than 15 years' experience in the semiconductor industry. During the last 5 years at Microchip, he worked with global teams to develop the secure IoT authentication architectures used in the market today as well as focuses on counterfeit protection for disposable and accessory systems. Before joining Microchip, Xavier started his career in system architecture in analog, mixed-signal and power applications. Starting in 2012, he transitioned to business responsibilities and became the product line manager for several mixed signal portfolios, in parallel to contributing to integration activities. Since 2015, he has specialized in embedded IoT and security technologies at Microchip. He earned a Master of Science Degree in Electronic Engineering from the CESI school of Engineering in Toulouse, France.

Demystifying the IEC/ISA 62443 Security Standard for Industrial Systems

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As industry 4.0 and smart factories continue to connect their assets and equipment to the cloud, the attack surface grows exponentially. The IEC/ISA 62443 specification has been developed to help companies providing equipment and infrastructure to the industrial segment to architect their systems with security in mind. Join Microchip's webinar to learn how our ATECC608 secure element and consulting expertise from our partner, Security Pattern, can facilitate your journey to a successful IEC 62443 certification.

-Read our blog post about IEC62443 and secure element [link to come later]

-Read our application note about IEC 62443, which includes valuable technical information about our solutions  [link to come later]

Visit our TrustFLEX ATECC608 page to discover how our preconfigured use cases can accelerate your IEC62443 design.

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Secure Authentication for Any Core, Any Cloud (2020)

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During this session, you will learn about the implementation and logistic challenges to add a secure authentication in a system in the first part of the lecture. Then, you will be exposed to Microchip Trust Platform for the CryptoAuthentication and the problems are addressed to make secure authentication more accessible to the fragmented IoT market.

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