In recent years, market forces have been driving the integration of SIM functionality on a System on Chip (SoC), creating demand for a new SIM form factor: the integrated SIM.
With integrated SIM deployments now moving from concept to reality, providing assurances that that the technology can provide interoperability and security levels that match its embedded and removable SIM counterparts is key to supporting wider adoption and bringing the benefits of integration to use-cases spanning smartphones, massive machine-type communications and the cellular IoT space.
Certification is foundational to this effort. As two industry bodies working to champion the adoption of certifications that will strengthen cyber resilience globally, Eurosmart and Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA) are hosting a free to attend webinar that will explain how Eurosmart’s latest Protection Profile (PP-0117) can be used to demonstrate the security of subsystems integrated within a SoC or the microcontroller, helping accelerate certification without compromising quality.
What you will learn:
With expert speakers from Eurosmart, TCA, German Federal Cybersecurity Authority (BSI), GSMA and SGS, the webinar will provide technical guidance and illustrative use cases, exploring:
- The market forces driving the evolution towards integrated technologies, and the implications for stakeholders across the ecosystem.
- Why the new PP-0117 has the potential to improve everyone’s daily life by ensuring a crucial component within connected devices is fully secure.
- How the PP-0117 demonstrates a high-level of security and is optimising the security evaluation process. The key differences with the Eurosmart PP-0084 will also be presented.
- How the GSMA eUICC Security Assurance (eSA) Scheme leverages PP-0117 for integrated eUICC.
Who should attend:
- SIM vendors
- Security Application Software Developers
- Security IP Providers
- SoC makers
- Mobile operators
- Device manufacturers
- Service providers
- Test tool developers
- Security laboratories
How to register:
The webinar will be held on Wednesday 1 February at 08:00 – 09:00 PST / 17:00 – 18:00 CET and include a live Q&A session during which attendees are invited to submit their questions. If you wish to attend this session, please register here.
A recording of the webinar will also be streamed on Thursday 2 February at 09:00 – 10:00 CST / 12:00 – 13:00 AEDT to accommodate other time zones. If you wish to attend this session, please register here.