10 Properties of Secure Embedded Systems

Discover 10 principles that together will protect your organization’s systems.

The number of security flaws published last year made 2020 the fourth consecutive year to break records in the number of recorded vulnerabilities. It’s time to change how we think about securing embedded systems.

This white paper covers the most important security design principles that, if adhered to, give you a fighting chance against any attacker who seeks to gain unauthorized access, reverse engineer, steal sensitive information, or otherwise tamper with your embedded system.

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10 Best Practices for Secure Embedded Systems

Learn the latest threats to your embedded systems and how to protect against them — even when attackers have already struck.

The number of security flaws published last year made 2020 the fourth consecutive year to break records in the number of recorded vulnerabilities (US-CERT Vulnerability Database). We must change how we think about securing embedded systems.

Join Wind River® for a discussion of the current threat landscape and a look at 10 principles that can achieve a multiplicative effect in helping your organization protect embedded systems.

You will learn:

  • The modern threat landscape for embedded systems
  • Why it’s impossible to always keep all attackers out
  • How to protect a system that an attacker has already breached
  • 10 fundamental and essential properties of secure embedded systems

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Smart Linux Solutions for the Intelligent Edge

Linux is the default environment for most software developers and is a popular choice for embedded solutions. However, one of Linux’s greatest strengths, and to some extent its biggest challenge, is that it comes in so many flavors and varieties, each well suited to a particular use case.

Commercially supported embedded Linux is the primary alternative to RYO. Not only are the long-term support and maintenance costs much lower but the technical, business, and legal risks of commercially supported embedded Linux are much lower as well. Commercial vendors can also provide full development services, including platform, services, maintenance, and support, which increase productivity and reduce the overhead of maintaining your own unique embedded Linux distribution.

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Open Source and Cloud-Based Software to Power AI Initiatives

Enterprises are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to generate significant business benefits. Most technology leaders are using open source tools and hybrid cloud based infrastructure to power their AI/ML projects. Red Hat and Pulse surveyed 100 enterprise IT and data leaders who use AI and ML to understand why they implemented the technology, the types of AI/ML tools they rely on, and the most popular initiatives they’re investing in.

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Open Source and Cloud-Based Software to Power AI Initiatives

Enterprises are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to generate significant business benefits. Most technology leaders are using open source tools and hybrid cloud based infrastructure to power their AI/ML projects. Red Hat and Pulse surveyed 100 enterprise IT and data leaders who use AI and ML to understand why they implemented the technology, the types of AI/ML tools they rely on, and the most popular initiatives they’re investing in.

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