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Oracle Java Card and Java ME sessions at JavaOne 2017

Florian Tournier
Senior Director, IoT and Security

Oracle will be having several sessions related to Java security and small devices at JavaOne this year (October 1-5, 2017 in San Francisco). See the details below.

In addition, there will be a Hackergarten again this year, where several IoT projects will be showcased . Sign up for a slot if you have a project that you would like to present!

 

Oracle Java Card and Java ME Sessions at JavaOne

Java Card: 20 Years of Security Innovation [CON4662]

Monday, Oct 02, 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. | Moscone West - Room 2018

Java Card technology, entering its 20th year of existence, is available in billions of secure devices shipped each year. Oracle and Java Card Forum are working on the next iteration of the Java Card specification, bringing significant additions to address new security form factors in mobile and IoT. This session looks back at the history of Java Card adoption and introduces key features of the upcoming Java Card 3.1 release.

Track:  Java and Devices
Experience Level:  Intermediate
Session Type:  Conference Session
Speakers: Saqib Ahmad, Calinel Pasteanu (Oracle)
 

Securing the IoT Edge with Java Card [CON4643]

Monday, Oct 02, 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. | Moscone West - Room 2018

This presentation looks at security risks introduced by new connected devices and highlights how Java Card solutions can help design secure IoT systems. It covers the following:

  • Connected devices, security risks, and requirements
  • Secure hardware options addressing IoT edge security challenges: established (TPM/TEE/Secure Element) and emerging solutions (integrated Secure Element)
  • Impact of secure hardware introduction on the IoT infrastructure and ecosystem
  • Java Card as an abstraction for new secure hardware solutions and driving cross-market adoption
  • IoT edge security use cases (secure TLS, device attestation, secure I/O) and Java Card as an enabler of strong IoT security (certification, openness, verticals, ...)

Track:  Java and Devices
Experience Level:  Intermediate
Session Type:  Conference Session
Speakers:   Nicolas Ponsini, Calinel Pasteanu (Oracle)
 

Java ME for IoT: From Prototype to Product [CON5040]

Tuesday, Oct 03, 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. | Moscone West - Room 2018

Bringing an IoT solution to market has many challenges: developing the software end to end; engineering, integrating, and field-testing the device hardware; and testing the solution and bringing it to deployment. The fast-paced IoT world mandates that all parts be developed in parallel, following the scrum model. Success requires proven end-to-end software frameworks and flexible, modular, pretested hardware components. Gemalto M2M was the first company to optimize Java for M2M wireless modules, in 2003, to address this challenge. This session presents an overview of the solution components and how they are used in IoT/M2M projects around the world. It explains how to start yourself and end with an outlook into the future.

Track:  Java and Devices
Experience Level:  Introductory
Session Type:  Conference Session
Speakers:   Rainer Eschrich (Oracle), Axel Hansmann  (Vice President Strategy & Marketing, Gemalto M2M GmbH)

 

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