Security took center stage at the Embedded World show in Nürnberg this week, with a number of vendors launching software intended to help protect against hacks.
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Unsettled by attacks on embedded devices such as the point-of-sale terminals used by retailers such as Target and the potential for hackers to target critical infrastructure, the industry focused squarely on security at this year’s Embedded World in Nürnberg, Germany.
A demo at ARM TechCon showed one way malware could be foiled on systems that run software of uncertain provenance.
Can applications provide useful input for verification? They can but not when run straight out of the box, panelists at DAC 2014 said.
The rise of the Internet of Things will drive a change in attitude to security, Green Hills CTO David Kleidermacher claimed in his Embedded World keynote.
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