Bringing together service and platform providers, software vendors and device manufacturers, the two-day industry gathering opens with a pre-conference technical workshop for developers on day one. The conference, which will be held on day two, presents GlobalPlatform's role in the TEE ecosystem and provides a platform for leading, influential industry players to discuss the key trends impacting the mobile security market. Learn more.
The day before the conference, GlobalPlatform will host a TEE Application Developers Workshop, which will provide solution architects, application developers and service providers with insight into how to bring a trusted application to market utilizing a TEE based on GlobalPlatform technology. Learn more.
The Common Criteria portal has officially listed the GlobalPlatform Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) Protection Profile (PP) on its website, under the Trusted Computing category. This important milestone means that industries using TEE technology to deliver services such as premium content and mobile wallets, or enterprises and governments establishing secure mobility solutions, can now formally request that TEE products are certified against this security framework.
GlobalPlatform, the organization which standardizes the management of applications on secure chip technology, has launched a training program focused exclusively on leveraging the trusted execution environment (TEE) to enable secure application development and deployment for connected devices. The first session will take place on 29 September 2014 at California's Hyatt Regency Santa Clara Hotel and Conference Center, one day prior to GlobalPlatform's dedicated TEE conference.
GlobalPlatform, the association which standardizes the management of applications on secure chip technology, has published the first Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) Protection Profile (PP)*. The document defines the level of security required in a TEE hosted in a mobile device to support the delivery of a range of value added services including premium content and mobile wallets, as well as enterprises and governments supporting bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives.
GlobalPlatform, the organization which standardizes the management of applications on secure chip technology, has launched a Premium Content Task Force. The group will determine the relevant requirements that need to be specified to protect premium content on a mobile device. The first use case of the task force is protecting the download, decryption and rendering of premium content in a trusted execution environment (TEE).
GlobalPlatform, the organization which standardizes the management of applications on secure chip technology, has launched a compliance program to standardize the trusted execution environment (TEE). The certification of products to GlobalPlatform's TEE Specification Suite will promote confidence within the advancing mobile secure services landscape by establishing an agreed industry framework.
GlobalPlatform has launched its latest specifications for the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE). The technical documents, which are free to download from www.globalplatform.org, significantly advance GlobalPlatform's infrastructure to standardize the TEE; a secure area that resides in the main processor of devices such as a smartphone and ensures that sensitive data is stored, processed and protected in a trusted environment.