Samsung’s new mobile crypto chip (with Ken Tindell)
As MPT  reports, Samsung just announced a new security chip for mobile phones , or – as Cointelegraph refers to it  – a “new chip to secure crypto transactions”. In this episode I am talking with Ken Tindell about what this chip does and why it matters for (security) tokens and their custody.
Dr Ken Tindell, CTO, Canis Automotive Labs. Ken is a technologist and entrepreneur. He holds a doctorate in real-time systems from the University of York and in the past has been the CTO of several startups. In the late 1990s he founded LiveDevices to develop embedded software for automotive applications and what we now call Internet-of-Things, and was subsequently acquired by Bosch. He also co-founded Volcano Communications Technologies, a joint venture with Volvo Cars and Motorola, that developed communications software for CAN bus and developed the LIN protocol, and was acquired by Mentor Graphics. He currently is the CTO of Canis Automotive Labs, a hardware IP company focused on securing communications and computation in automotive systems.
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