Enable security in Murata ABZ module with Trusted Object Library (TO-Protect)


Workshops Area 2


01/30/2020 12:00pm

01/31/2020 11:30am

Murata in collaboration with Trusted Object will demonstrate how to flash a LoRaWAN stack on a STMicroelectronics discovery board embedded with a Murata ABZ module. We will also show to modify the “commissioning.h” file with TO-Protect to encrypt keys and payloads on devices.

What are my takeaways from this workshop?

  • 1 application note (explaining how to flash the LoRaWAN stack; how to encrypt; how to connect)
  • 1 evaluation kit

How can I prepare for this workshop?

An engineering (electronics, software) background is required.

People should come up with items listed below:

  • 1 Laptop (Windows, Linux or Mac)
  • Embedded workbench Tool Installed: System Workbench for STM32. It is Free IDE but registration is required to download. Can be downloaded via https://www.openstm32.org/tiki-index.php

System workbench for STM32 is free to use and easy installation steps if followed the instructions available on that webpage.

About the hosts:

Suman Thapa
Business Development & Product Support Engineer – Murata

Michel Thébaud
An application engineer working at Trusted Objects, Michel has a strong background in embedded development and telecommunication protocols. He has worked on different terminals and gateways technologies (data and FAX modems, ATM, military networks), in mobile environments (UICC, Mobile Payment, NFC) and, more recently, on security by developing PoCs around LoRa and TLS.


Murata is a Japanese global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of advanced electronic materials, leading edge electronic components, and multi-functional, high-density modules. MuRata is deeply involved in module design for LPWANs – LoRa – Sigfox – NB-IoT\LTE-CATM – Embedded security (Secure Element – Secure MCU) – Certified modules