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Enabling Security for IoT Products: Texas Instruments SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3220

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Sign Up For the RoadTest: SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3220x Wireless MCU LaunchPad™

 

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About This Webinar

Our world is evolving with the growth of wirelessly connected products. Every connected product needs security measures to prevent unauthorized attacks and accesses. Therefore engineers have to consider security features during the selection of their Wi-Fi solution, because Wi-Fi is the default technology which enables all products to be part of the Internet of Things.

 

TI has invested in Wi-Fi devices that provide developers with tools to help address security challenges. The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3220x wireless MCUs incorporate a wide-range of features, including secure communication, secure storage, key management, identity aspects, security during development or production, and more.

 

Join Beatrice Fankem, SimpleLink Wi-Fi product marketing engineer, as she will explore the embedded security features in the CC3220 devices, which will help developers create more secure Internet of Things products for every day users.

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Presenter: Beatrice Fankem

  • Current: SimpleLink Wi-Fi Product Marketing Engineer
  • SimpleLink Wi-Fi Application Engineer
  • WiLink - BT / FM / Wi-Fi / GPS Customer Program Manager
  • WiLink - Bluetooth Application Engineer
  • Started at TI in 2008, as RF Design Validation Engineer
  • University of Arizona, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
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A recording of this webinar will be made available upon the conclusion of the live presentation.

 

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