Embedded World 2019: Chip to Cloud Security for IoT

Posted: Mar 08, 2019

I recently attended Embedded World conference in Nuremberg, Germany, alongside our partners MULTOS. It was a busy 3-day event, with all the main players there from MCU Suppliers, Distributors, Technology vendors and Service suppliers.

"Doctor, Will I Need Surgery?” Ensuring Telemedicine is Delivered to You Safely and Securely

Posted: Feb 12, 2019

Telemedicine meets IoT

One of the significant benefits of telemedicine is immediate remote access to medication in life-threatening situations. Pacemakers that doctors can remotely monitor and maintain to identify problems before a heart attack occurs, and insulin pumps that can be adjusted wirelessly, giving a patient more control and better care, are already a reality.

OWASP’s Top 10 IoT Vulnerabilities

Posted: Jan 07, 2019

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) recently updated its 2018 Top 10 IoT vulnerabilities list.

As can be expected there are a number of lists compiled at the end of the year to capture and summarize trends, events and activities. The following updated list from OWASP of IoT vulnerabilities that caught our attention as it very nicely keeps it to a limit of 10 and more importantly, we can help do something about it!

California Steps Up for IoT Device and Data Security

Posted: Oct 04, 2018

Concern over vulnerabilities in IoT products and services has become a top of mind issue with policymakers. From serious internet attacks such as the Mirai botnet cyberattack which took down major websites such as Netflix and Spotify, to privacy concerns over connected consumer devices, there is a strong push for government regulation.

3 Things to Consider for IoT Platforms: IoT Security, Automation and Scale

Posted: Aug 17, 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) is pushing full steam ahead through 2018, and it is already understood that the IoT is transforming businesses through Smart innovation and operational efficiencies, which extend far into our daily lives. Large organizations such as Microsoft, Amazon and PTC have already invested billions in the IoT and continue to do so with their IoT platform offerings. However, there are still a few challenges affecting project deployments, particularly in the area of security and risk.