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Building Safe and Secure Arm Cortex-M Applications

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ARM ATP LogoHistorically, safety and security have been issues focussed on application or real-time processors, but with the recent arrival of high-frequency and edge devices it has become critical within microcontrollers too. Where software assets protection, system IP security, and dynamic memory management had sometimes been treated as an afterthought, these aspects are now considered fundamental for sound, future-proof firmware development.

The Arm® v-8M architecture has been designed to enable essential security features in the latest processors whilst retaining an efficient, deterministic code base.

In this webinar we will:

  • examine the modern micro-architectural features available with Arm Cortex®-M that can be used to improve the overall quality of embedded designs
  • contrast the features found inside the latest Arm v-8M processors (such as the Cortex-M33) with the established Cortex-M3/M4
  • highlight the relatively simple steps needed to include safety features provided by the Cortex-M33. This will be illustrated using NXP's LPCXpresso55S69 development board supported by the MCUXpresso tool suite.

Dr David Cabanis

Doulos Principal Member Technical Staff and Arm certified expert Dr David Cabanis will present this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour presentation with interactive Q&A available to attendees throughout.

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