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LCU14-302 : OP-TEE Porting and Future Enhancements

Monday, July 4, 2016

SWG is porting OP-TEE to ARMv8 using Fixed Virtual Platform. Initially OP-TEE is running secure world in aarch32 mode, but with the normal world code running in aarch64 mode. Since...

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LCU14-107 : OP-TEE on ARMv8

Monday, July 4, 2016

SWG is porting OP-TEE to ARMv8 using Fixed Virtual Platform. Initially OP-TEE is running secure world in aarch32 mode, but with the normal world code running in aarch64 mode. Since...

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LCU14-103 : How to create and run Trusted Applications on OP-TEE

Monday, July 4, 2016

The intention with this session is to provide guidelines for developing a Trusted Application based on the Global Platform TEE Specifications, and for running it based on the OP-TEE implementation...

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HKG15-505 : Power Management Interactions with OP-TEE and Trusted Firmware

Monday, July 4, 2016

Note: this is a joint Security/Power Management session) Understand what use cases related to Power Management have to interact with Trusted Firmware via Secure calls. Walk through some key use...

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HKG15-311 : OP-TEE for Beginners and Porting Review

Monday, July 4, 2016

Explains the building blocks involved in Security including TrustZone, OP-TEE, Trusted Firmware etc. Goes into detail on how Secure Boot Works.. and Why. Explains how a simple secure Trusted Application...

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HKG15-307 : OP-TEE paging

Monday, July 4, 2016

OP-TEE has a pager which can use DDR as backing store to allow usage of more virtual memory than available system RAM. This session will explain what the pager is...

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HKG15-303 : Secure Playback Using OP-TEE

Monday, July 4, 2016

Give high level overview of the components involved in a DRM/Secure. Playback use case. Presentation discusses about how Client device obtains License Keys using W3C-EME implementation of any particular DRM...

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Don't waste power when idle

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Don’t waste power when idle There are different views of what “idle” means. One may think about CPUs and how to prevent wasting power when CPUs become idle, but in...

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CoreSight, Perf and the OpenCSD Library

Monday, June 27, 2016

Introduction In this article we explain how the CoreSight framework found in the Linux kernel has been integrated with the standard Perf core, both at the kernel and user space...

Mathieu Poirier