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22 November 2016 - 24 November 2016

Join Wibu-Systems at the upcoming sps ipc drives event (hall 7 – booth 660), the meeting place for electric automation technology suppliers from around the world. Control technology, IPCs, electric drive systems and components, human-machine interface devices, industrial communication, industrial software, interface technology, mechanical infrastructure, and sensor technology - All sectors are fully represented and all need embedded security, the keystone of any software-powered and connected system.

Wibu-Systems’ multi-platform, multi-purpose, and multi-secure element technology safeguards the automation world with integrity protection techniques that prevent product counterfeiting, device manipulation, or the reverse engineering of machine code. Software running on computers, embedded systems, PLCs, or microcontrollers is protected, licensed, and ultimately monetized.

On November 22nd, 4.00-4.20 pm, at the VDMA Forum in Hall 3, booth 668, Oliver Winzenried, CEO and founder of Wibu-Systems, will talk about Security in Automation Technology.

On the following day, 1.00-2.0 pm, in Hall 3A, he will join a discussion panel hosted by Steffen Zimmermann, Managing Director of the Product and Know-How Protection Working Group of VDMA, the German Engineering Federation. The panelists will introduce the audience to IUNO, the German national reference project for cyber security in Industrie 4.0, and will spend some time looking at the different projects the consortium is working on and their expected outcomes.

On November 24th, 10-11 am, at the VDMA Forum in Hall 3, booth 668, Oliver Winzenried will then give a lecture on “Industrie 4.0 and Medical Technology: New Opportunities for Device Manufacturers with Embedded Security and Licensing”; he will not only show the importance of security by design applied to industrial internet designs, but also reveal how to capitalize on it and create new business opportunities from its implementation.

At the exhibition, our security experts can show you the custom vertical implementations we have created for automation powerhouses, such as:

  • B&R, a top global player in industrial automation
    CodeMeter is integrated with B&R’s Technology Guardian. Bernecker & Rainer’s clients can manage the machine configuration for each of their customers, so that machine operators pay only for the functions that they really need.
  • Kontron, a leading provider of Embedded Computing Technology (ECT)
    CodeMeter is integrated with Kontron’s IoT boards, gateways, modules, and systems. Kontron can offer comprehensive end-to-end security for the lifecycle of its products and create a trusted environment for its customers.
  • Rockwell Automation, the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information
    CodeMeter is integrated with Rockwell’s Studio 5000 logix programming environment. Rockwell can improve industrial security standards in a network environment by guaranteeing the complete protection of source code and access control policy enforcement.

and the horizontal integrations we have produced with:

  • Infineon Technologies
    Infineon is establishing its name also as a facilitator for securing the IoT business. CodeMeter relies on hardware secure elements powered by Infineon cryptocontrollers or using the TPM form factor (like Infineon’s OPTIGATM). Additionally, CodeMeter µEmbedded brings the full power of CodeMeter’s protection and licensing technology with a footprint of just 60 KB.
  • OPC Foundation
    OPC-UA provides security functions for authentication and secure encrypted M2M communications. CodeMeter supports the Unified Architecture protocol and provides security extensions and license management via OPC UA.

Of particular interest are also our collaborations with:

  • The Research Department for Innovative Factory Systems of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
    The S4SmartPro – "Security for Smart Production" – project brings to life a successful implementation of an Industrie 4.0 security framework for intelligent production at SmartFactoryKL. The results can be emulated by any stakeholder who wishes to apply Industrie 4.0 standards and make the switch to intelligent production technologies.

  • IUNO – the German National Reference Project for IT Security in Industrie 4.0
    This interdisciplinary research and development project that sees the cooperation of fourteen companies at the forefront of the technological and security space in Germany and seven research institutions and universities aims at providing sustainable designs and methods that meet the special requirements of IT security in terms of operation, scalability, robustness, and efficiency recommended by Industrie 4.0 processes.

We are looking forward to meeting you and starting a new adventure together, with secure technology for a secure business.

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