Upcoming Webinar: Secure and Reliable Firmware Updates with wolfBoot

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming webinar!
Connected embedded systems that support remote updates of different artifacts must take into account the security risks involved. A secure boot mechanism is the best way to prevent execution of unauthorized code. Our universal, open source, secure bootloader, wolfBoot, takes care of authenticating and installing new valid firmware images. Due to its transport-agnostic update management, it can be combined with any secure transfer implementation to provide secure and reliable firmware updates.
In this short webinar we explore some of the possibilities of real-life secure firmware update solutions, designed using the latest standards and best cryptography algorithms.
When: Dec 10, 2020 11:00 AM Paris
Topic: Webinar: Secure and Reliable Firmware Updates with wolfBoot 
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
About wolfBoot:
wolfBoot is wolfSSL’s universal secure bootloader. It was initially designed to bring secure boot technology to small 32-bit microcontrollers following the guidelines of the IETF SUIT group. But nowadays, it’s used on a large number of heterogeneous devices, from IoT connected systems with limited resources, to faster, more powerful 64-bit embedded Linux systems. Examples of systems which wolfBoot has been successfully used with include STM32, SiFive HiFive, LPC5406, Cortex-A54, ARMv8, Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+, NXP Kinetis, TI CC26x2, and Atmel SAMR21.
To learn more check out our product page on wolfBoot: https://www.wolfssl.com/products/wolfboot/
See you soon!
Additional Resources: 
Please contact us at facts@wolfssl.com with any questions about the webinar. For technical support, please contact support@wolfssl.com or view our FAQ page
In the meanwhile, check out the wolfSSL embedded SSL/TLS library, star us on Github, and learn more about the latest TLS 1.3 is available in wolfSSL.

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