wolfSSL is Exhibiting at Microchip MASTERS 2015

wolfSSL will be attending and exhibiting at the 2015 Microchip Masters conference in Phoenix, AZ next week.  We will be visiting with Microchip users about integrating and leveraging the wolfSSL embedded SSL/TLS library and wolfCrypt cryptography engine to secure PIC32-based applications.

From the conference website, “Now in its 19th consecutive year, Microchip’s MASTERs Conference has become the premiere technical training conference for embedded control engineers. The Conference has now expanded to locations in 7 countries and provides training classes at all technical levels. Engineers can choose from classes about Microchip’s products as well as general embedded control topics such as motor control, power supply design, lighting control, communication protocols like USB, TCP/IP and Bluetooth, C programming, graphic display technologies, Android and iOS application development, touch sense methods and analog system design.”

wolfSSL will be co-presenting a class on both Friday (8/21/15) from 1:15pm - 5:15pm CDT and Saturday (8/22/15) from 8:00am - 12:00pm CDT:

19067 IoT6 : Enabling Internet Security for PIC32 Applications with MPLAB® Harmony

Class Description:
Communications security is a vital part of the growing connected world. With the complexity of embedded devices growing, it is even more important that they provide a level of security to fend off malicious attacks. This course will teach the basics of Transport Layer Security (TLS), the most popular way of securing communications, and will introduce the CyaSSL library that can be integrated with an MPLAB® Harmony application to provide this type of security.


Microchip Masters 2015: https://secure.microchip.com/usmasters/home.aspx
Microchip: http://www.microchip.com/

If you’re going to be attending the conference and want to set up a meeting time, let us know at info@wolfssl.com.

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