Tag: security

Is Device Management the Key to a Secure IoT?
admin posted this 3 weeks ago.

David Rogers MBE is the author of the UK’s Code of Practice for Security in Consumer IoT and Services, in collaboration with DCMS, the NCSC, industry, and academia. Here, David discusses how device management platforms can help secure a growing IoT attack surface: The days of shipping a product...

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Seminar in Stockholm – Deploying Secure IoT Devices
Norihiro Satsukawa posted this 4 months ago.

Come join us in Stockholm on 11 June 2019 for a knowledge filled day on the Arm Pelion Ecosystem. We will cover everything from IoT device cyber security, secure system architecture to device lifecycle management. The commercial potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is only matched by the...

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Extending Cloud security to 3rd party certificates, with Cybertrust and GlobalSign partnership
Michael Vakulenko posted this a year ago.

Chip-to-cloud security continues to be a top priority for IoT deployments, regardless of the industry and market. Arm has been dedicated to securing the IoT, from Platform Security Architecture on the device through to secured connectivity with Mbed TLS and finally in the Cloud, providing a wide...

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Mbed Cloud makes device passwords a thing of the past
Michael Vakulenko posted this a year ago.

IoT devices often require technicians to connect to the device to change configuration, diagnose problems, update software, and more. This is typically done using a web page, a terminal connection or a mobile application. Today, a password is the most common solution for protecting devices from...

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The challenge of providing heavyweight security for lightweight IoT devices
Guest Author posted this a year ago.

Guest blog post by William Adams, CENTRI Technology. I’ve always enjoyed hearing about the early days of computing—especially about the early game developers, artisans who could create magic by writing captivating coin-operated arcade games in machine code that would fit within perhaps just 8KB...

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