June 26th, 2024
9.00 AM - 4.15 PM CEST

Kickstart your Cybersecurity designs

Workshop with NXP and Arrow
Sound Hub Denmark
Peter Bangs Vej 17
7600 Struer

Protect your IP, customers and products through Cybersecurity designs

With a ransomware attack launched every 11 seconds, Cybersecurity is more important than ever. Over the next 36 months, when the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) enters into force, Cybersecurity becomes a legal requirement for all new products within the EU.

This hands-on workshop with NXP and Arrow will give your soft- and firmware developers a head-start! You will also have the opportunity to meet with colleagues from the industry, see the Sound Hub facilities and be able to ask questions to both the NXP and the Arrow team.

Learn how to:

  • Protect your IP
  • Protect your customers against hacking
  • Protect your products against counterfeiting

At the workshop, you’ll get to use your C-programming skills and these boards:

By attending the workshop you will receive a MCX A, a MCU with limited security, and an EdgeLock®  SE050 development board to keep.

And, with the help from the NXP security experts, you will learn how to combine the two to create a secure system and get started on your journey towards CRA compliance!


09.00 - 09.15

Check-in & Welcome by Sound Hub Denmark
by Rie Kold Pripsø

09.15 - 09.30

Introduction to Arrow & NXP
by Ulf Nielsen & Claus Mortensen

09.30 - 10:30

Use cases and why you should consider security

10.30 - 12.30

Workshop: i.MX93 + SE050 hands-on
(how to Run a TLS server and Client)

12.30 - 1.15


1.15 - 2.00

Secure Boot Presentation with MCX N

2.00 - 2.15

Coffee Break

2.15 - 4.00

Workshop: MCX A+ SE050 hands-on
(adding security to MCX A with SE050)

4.00 - 4.15

Sum-up & Goodbye


Sign up below. No sign-up fee applied.


Free Lunch, coffee, tea and water are provided to all registered participants.

The NXP comprehensive portfolio can help you comply with the CRA 
Any communication with the cloud, the edge or any server platforms, as well as with IoT MCUs and MPUs, needs to be protected in integrity, authenticity and confidentiality. A secure element with a toolbox of crypto algorithms and common communications protocols enables secure Plug & Trust communication. Adding a Secure Element to an IoT device establishes a Root-of-Trust and makes it possible to deploy secure, zero-touch connections to public and private cloud services, edge computing platforms and infrastructures, for end-to-end security from chip to cloud.
Meet Jenirathese Nadar 
Jenirathese is currently working as Regional Marketing Manager for Security and NFC responsible for the EMEA region at NXP. He has over 10 years experience in the Security field having previously worked as an Field Application engineer for Smart Card Solutions including various National passports and Payment cards. He also has worked in the embedded Security side as a Product Marketing Manager. He holds a Masters in Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from Technical University of Applied Sciences in Rosenheim, Germany.
Jenirathese Nadar
Meet Rodolfo Gomes 
Rodolfo Gomes, Field Application Engineer based in Italy, member of NXP Global Sales and Marketing Organization, taking care of NFC & RFID ecosystem and IOT Security. Since 2005, he has been working for support and marketing promotion of NFC & RFID systems, in different business directions: contactless secure payments, retail transactions, NFC infrastructure and lately IOT Security.
Rodolfo Gomes

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