Remote provisioning of network devices is critical for IoT deployment, as well as the support of millions of remote workers, during the COVID-19 crisis. But what about security?
Bootloaders are often developed at the last minute despite the fact that they are often complicated to implement and create critical functionality for the system.
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Secure Boot is the process of validating code and images against hardware before they are used.
A new Near Field Communications protocol makes keyless starting standardized for all car makers and smart phone companies.
Root-of-Trust is critical. If some piece of malware is the first thing that runs, the rest of the software will trust that code.
Hardware hackers and the software open source community are creating low cost, buildable projects to combat coronavirus.
Hardware-based isolation creates a barrier that makes it difficult for hackers to get access to a system and its data.