Tag: security

NXP and Arm Pelion Device Management Secure Deployment of IoT Devices from Chip to Cloud
admin posted this a month ago.

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) 2020 IoT Index recently highlighted that 2020 will be the year when the Internet of Things (IoT) officially moves from “proof of concept” to “mass deployment”, with over half of all companies surveyed now undergoing early or extensive deployment of...

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Trusted Factory Provisioning for Trusted IoT Devices: A How-To Guide
admin posted this 6 months ago.

In a recent blog, one of the leading voices in IoT security highlighted the importance of IoT devices that are secure by design and how device management platforms can help secure a growing attack surface from cybercriminals. David Rogers MBE, who co-authored the UK’s Code of Practice for...

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Arm Pelion Device Management Release
Alon Shamir posted this 7 months ago.

The secure management of IoT devices at scale is the hardest aspect of IoT deployments. In the latest release of Pelion Device Management, we are providing additional features to enable constrained IoT devices, that operate in more challenging network scenarios, with additional hardware and...

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Is Device Management the Key to a Secure IoT?
admin posted this 8 months ago.

David Rogers MBE is the author of the UK’s Code of Practice for Security in Consumer IoT and Services, in collaboration with DCMS, the NCSC, industry, and academia. Here, David discusses how device management platforms can help secure a growing IoT attack surface: The days of shipping a product...

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Seminar in Stockholm – Deploying Secure IoT Devices
Norihiro Satsukawa posted this a year ago.

Come join us in Stockholm on 11 June 2019 for a knowledge filled day on the Arm Pelion Ecosystem. We will cover everything from IoT device cyber security, secure system architecture to device lifecycle management. The commercial potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is only matched by the...

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