Flash memory is a key technology enabling new designs for many products in the consumer, computer and enterprise markets.
The Flash Memory Summit is the only place where you will hear the people making these products happen! Network with companies and people that will create the next generation of hardware and software at the Flash Memory Summit.
On Tuesday, Aug. 8, 8:30 a.m., Dr. Robert Thibadeau, TCG Storage Work Group and Drive Trust Alliance, will address securing sensitive data in cars with self-encrypting drives in Forum Session T-11. The session will look at the security and privacy issues associated with data and software in vehicles. Attendees will learn how advanced computational architectures for storage will have to support the protection of this sensitive data, industry standards available to do so and implementation challenges and best practices.
Storage in cars also will be addressed in another Tuesday session at 3:40 p.m., “Forum T-12: Flash in Autonomous Vehicles, Part 2 (Automotive Track)”, organized by Dr. Thibadeau.
Also on Tuesday, Aug. 8, 3:40 p.m., Michael Romeo, TCG Storage Work Group and Drive Trust Alliance, will talk to attendees about recent updates to the TCG’s specifications for self-encrypting drives and the evolution of open source support for those drives. The session, “Session 103-A: How Do We Know We Have a Secure Flash System? (Security Track)” will include the speakers on flash security.
TCG is an Association Sponsor and will be demonstrating SED demos from member companies Drive Trust Alliance, Micron, and ULink.
To learn more about the event, visit https://www.flashmemorysummit.com/.