The Embedded Insiders Podcast: Inside TrustZone for Cortex-M with Reinhard Keil

ARM’s TrustZone technology has been available in higher end Cortex-A-class processors for some time, affording developers in the mobile industry the ability to secure their designs by isolating critical system functions from non-critical programs in secure, memory protected regions. However, just because the technology has been available doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s been put to use.

In this week’s Embedded Experts Podcast, Embedded Computing Design editors Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis hash out some of the roadblocks of TrustZone technology with Reinhard Keil, Senior Director of MCU Tools at ARM and Founder of Keil Elektronik GmbH, including the tools and techniques available to developers working with new TrustZone-enabled Cortex-M devices, the Cortex-M23 and -M33.

Additional information on secure system and application development can be found in the article series, “Security and the Cortex-M MPU,” as well as in our 2017 Embedded processor report.

Topics include:

    • Processing
    • Microcontrollers
    • Security
    • Memory
    • Development Tools
    • ARM