Security

Updating your hardware in the field

Device Updates: Cut Down Time and Data Usage

July 30, 2021

Have you ever suspected that the way updates are handled on your embedded devices wastes electricity, drives up customer cellular data bills or takes longer than really needed? Let’s look at how device updates have traditionally been done…

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Secure Boot – What Is It?

December 4, 2020

Secure Boot Secure Boot is a security standard for devices used during the boot process to ensure only software that is created and trusted by the manufacture is executed. In…

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10 Easy Steps to Add Static Analysis to Your Firmware Build

October 27, 2020

  When it comes to embedded system applications, security is one of the most important requirements. In addition to embedded security topics such as Bluetooth encryption, SSH, and TLS, modern…

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How to protect your firmware

October 19, 2020

Protecting your firmware is a very important topic, especially when you take into account the massive amount of time, energy, and cost that goes into developing it. The best way…

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Trusting the Docker Images Your Code is Built On

July 24, 2020

We’ve written before about the benefits of using Docker in your development environments. You don’t have to write every image yourself, though! There are many existing images on DockerHub and…

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Protect Your Security Keys Using git-secret

July 22, 2020

Development teams, especially those working remotely or spread across different company locations can run into a problem when they need to store sensitive files for the team to use but…

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