Establishing a root of trust to secure the IoT

This white paper explains the basic principles of security in a connected world and how a root of trust helps protect the IoT. It presents the threat in terms that are easily understood and describes how embedded developers can secure their IoT devices through solutions available today.


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MEN: M-module with eight relay outputs

The M-Module has been developed according to the ANSI Mezzanine standard and extends a carrier board with eight relay outputs, which can be read out via a read-modify-write access. The M-Module M43N s...


congatec announces ComX standardization initiative

congatec announced the extended standardization initiative ComX that goes beyond the current specifications for computer-on-modules. This ComX standardization targets two pillars, the API and middlewa...

VersaLogic: Kaby Lake base PC/104-Plus SBC

VersaLogic is announcing the VL-EPM-43 “Liger” product. The VersaLogic Liger is a cross between two other VersaLogic products: VL-EPMe-42 Lion (PCIe/104 OneBank SBC) for the CPU and the se...

AdaCore: new SPARK adoption guidance published

AdaCore has published a free booklet, Implementation Guidance for the Adoption of SPARK, which explains how best to introduce and make use of the SPARK/Ada formal verification technology based on a pr...


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B & S / ECE Magazine

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June 2018

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The challanges of IoT security and how to harden the edge

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