embedded world 2017: SEGGER Tools Emphasize Secure Embedded Device Development

March 17, 2017
Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor, Embedded Computing Design visits SEGGER's booth at embedded world in Hall 4, Booth 238. There, Dirk Ackerman and Christoph Schultz discuss the implications of secure embedded device development and IP protection in today's tense cyber climate, and walk Brandon through a demonstration that shows how IP can be protected from reverse engineering.
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