Embedded Insiders: embedded world Preview

February 21, 2020 Perry Cohen
 

In this edition of the embedded insiders, Brandon and Rich share their thoughts on the upcoming embedded world trade show in Nuremberg, Germany – focusing on all of the companies that have pulled out due to concerns over the corona virus.

After, the embedded insiders are joined by Steve Hanna, senior principal at Infineon Technologies and chair at the Trusted Computing Group. The three discuss security concerns that continue to plague connected devices, particularly where over-the-air updates are concerned. Steve then explains guidelines recently released by TCG and offers tips that could help IoT device designers secure their systems.

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