IoT

6 types of security testing for embedded and IoT systems

Security testing ensures the robustness and resilience of embedded systems against potential threats and vulnerabilities. As embedded systems become more prevalent in various industries, it is imperative for development teams to be well-versed in the different types of security testing…

4 proven strategies for secure embedded and IoT devices

Rather than merely reacting to threats, product development teams should anticipate and plan for potential vulnerabilities throughout the development process. This includes conducting a comprehensive risk assessment early on, identifying potential attack vectors, and developing mitigation strategies. One effective way…

eBook – Data Management at the Edge

There are important differences between desiging for traditional edge and desiging for Edge AI. In this eBook we dive into these differences, focussing on data management.  

eBook – Creating A Safe Future Proof IoT SDLC

A Secure Software Development Lifecycle Is An Essential Element In Your Product Development Process

Security in IoT: the next steps

By 2024 any IoT or smart device sold in the EU must meet certain standards or the product will be banned from the EU market. In November 2019, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, “enisa”, released a study on Good Practices for Security of IoT – Secure Software Development Lifecycle” bringing together the views on best Secure SDLC practices from industry leaders from all over the world to make European manufacturers of smart connected devices aware of the eminent threats of hacks and cybercrimes and their danger for infrastructure and economies.