Cellular connectivity for IoT devices and equipment can be transformative for customers, especially when connecting legacy investments. It’s important to understand the options available and the security strategy that goes with them.

Nicholas Chen joins Olivier on the IoT Show to discuss how Azure Sphere allows for secure connection of IoT devices over cellular and what developers should pay attention to.

To learn more about Azure Sphere Cellular Connectivity, visit https://aka.ms/iotshow/azurespherecellular

    Barry Bond and Ryan Fairfax walk through the Azure Sphere OS architecture, why we chose a Linux kernel, and how the Azure Sphere OS is designed to offer unequaled security and agility for IoT devices and experiences.

    Learn more visiting https://aka.ms/iotshow/azuresphere

    Even as threats to IoT devices increase, very few of them are being designed with security in mind. Azure Sphere introduces a trusted and secure platform to build software upon, combining the security of open source with Microsoft’s Seven Properties of Highly Secured Devices. Let’s walk through our security model and what it takes to keep a system secure for the next decade. Learn more: https://aka.ms/iotshow/defenseindepth

    Because of Azure Sphere Security Service, a.k.a. “AS3” (aka.ms/iotshow/azuresphere), Azure Sphere devices are more secure when they’re connected.

    Caitie McCaffrey, leading the Azure Sphere Security Service engineering team joins us on the IoT Show to tell us what her team delivers and why device developers should care.

    Learn more about Azure Sphere and its Security Service visiting https://aka.ms/iotshow/azuresphere

    Caitie McCaffrey joins Scott Hanselman to give a detailed overview of Azure Sphere, including how the hardware, operating system, and cloud-based security service work together to deliver end-to-end security for IoT devices. Azure Sphere is now generally available.      

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    Did you want to find out how to get started with Azure Sphere?

    Watch Mike Hall and Olivier Bloch bring up a Seeed Azure Sphere MT3620 Development Kit using the Azure Sphere SDK and Visual Studio 2019. Azure Sphere is a secured, high-level application platform with built-in communication and security features for internet-connected devices.

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    Get a sneak preview  (aka.ms/iotshow/IoTatIgnite) of what you’ll learn at Ignite on November 4-8, 2019, in Orlando, Florida or by streaming the event online.

    • Sam George will lead a breakout session covering the newest offerings from Microsoft IoT.
    • Galen Hunt will speak with Starbucks on their use of Azure Sphere.
    • Olivier Bloch and Arjmand Samuel will lead a demo-heavy deep dive exploring what’s available today to build a secure end-to-end IoT solution.

    On site attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on experiences.

    Twenty-minute theater sessions will offer go deep into specific topics including Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Central, Azure Maps, Azure Time Series Insights, IoT Plug and Play, and Azure Security Center for IoT. Developers and operators will leave the event knowing how to make IoT smart, seamless, and secure.      

    Learn more at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ignite