These whitepapers by the IoT experts at Foundries.io provide critical insights, explanations of essential elements, and assist in preparation for successful IoT deployments.
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Tightening of US government and financial regulations set to impose higher security standards for connected embedded devices.
The White House and Congress are raising the bar for IoT device security. At the same time, the SEC now requires companies to report on cybersecurity risks in their 8-K filings. In this paper we look at how new rules can impact manufacturers of connected embedded devices.
Embedded Linux was embedded, until it wasn't. Now Linux is used across a wide range of connected IoT and Edge devices that are connected to a variety of Public, Hybrid and Private clouds. An https connection and authentication to a cloud service simply ensures that device data is securely transmitted to the cloud. But how do we know that the device is, in fact, secure?
The paper presents the state of embedded Linux today and the different industry solutions that are being developed to provide best practices for securing devices being built for the IoT and Edge markets.
In our connected world, developers can not rely on a LTS Kernel to keep IoT devices secure and bug free. Fortunately there is a better way.
Outdated software puts more than your devices at risk. Keeping your devices —and your business— safe by choosing the best platform-based solution.