Embedded Executives: Mike Nicholson, Embedded Software/Systems Architect, MultiTech

March 4, 2020 Perry Cohen
 

Security has been top of mind for a long time, long enough that someone should be doing something about it. Most experts will tell you that the industry is doing something about it, and more than just something. In this week’s Embedded Executives podcast, I discussed this topic with Mike Nicholson, Embedded Software/Systems Architect, MultiTech. While chatting, Mike revealed that MultiTech is sponsoring a Hackathon, where they are encouraging the community to look into the company’s latest IoT development gateway product, the Conduit 300. Anyone that’s able to hack in will win some big prizes.

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