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5 Jun, 2014

Matt Radochonski A few weeks ago we held one of our Google+ On-Air Hangouts on Internet of Things Security.  You can view the full video using the embedded YouTube video below.  During this hangout we received some excellent questions from the audience, and one of our presenters, Felix Baum has taken the time to answer three of them. How is the transition between secure and normal carried out? What part controls that? TrustZone … Read More

hardware security module, internet-of-things, ARM, TEE, TrustZone, IoT, Security

1 May, 2014

Matt Radochonski Hello! Today we have another installment in our Guest Blogger series. Mentor Embedded’s Senior Product Manager for the Nucleus RTOS product line joins us to discuss memory footprint reduction in IoT devices.  Contact information for Andrew is at the bottom of the blog post.  Enjoy. —- 50 billion devices!  That is the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices analysts project over the next … Read More

sensors, Security, Connectivity, internet-of-things, ARM, Nucleus, IoT, Networking

23 Apr, 2014

Kamran Shah If you’re a customer of ours you should have already received an e-mail with instructions on how to update products such as Mentor Embedded Linux and the Automotive Technology Platfrom that include OpenSLL, and in some cases versions of OpenSLL with the Hearbleed bug and vulnerability. Logo representing Heartbleed from security company Codenomicon. If you’re not an active customer of Mentor Embedded … Read More

Linux, openssl, hearbleed, Security

22 Apr, 2014

Kamran Shah Earlier this month at the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) I was interviewed by Andy Frame from ARM about some quick thoughts on the Internet of Things (IoT). I hope you’ll appreciate that I do call out that IoT does have an issue in many minds as being a buzzword. All the marketing fluff aside, my personal experiences have shown that connectivity and greater information can have a positive impact … Read More

Security, arm trustzone, internet-of-things, ARM, Power Management, IoT, Low Power

17 Apr, 2014

Kamran Shah Many of us have spent this week resetting passwords and upgrading some software as a result of the recently discovered Heartbleed security bug. I didn’t really have such a fundamental issue that impacted so many systems all of us work with on a daily basis in mind when we scheduled our panel discussion on Security Strategies for Internet of Things (IoT) Systems. The bug did however reinforce to … Read More

heartbleed, internet-of-things, cloud services, IoT, Security

3 Mar, 2014

Kamran Shah At Embedded World in Nuremberg last week I had many discussions on the "Internet of Things" or IoT. Depending on the person I was talking to we'd cover areas such as memory footprint, what is a microkernel, how to introduce connectivity without impacting reliability, how to build power efficient devices and of course security. It really does become about the whole "system" and in the case of IoT devices … Read More

devops, internet-of-things, cloud services, Security, IoT, rugged driven development

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