Endpoint Security , Governance & Risk Management , Internet of Things Security

Enforced Regulations Will Demand a Security Warranty on IoT Devices

Security regulations have made it a legal requirement that only secure and authenticated code should run IoT devices. The use of secure boot, secure identity and the securing of debug ports allow vendors to provide customers with a security warranty that provides protection against malicious code as well as the provision of product software updates that protect against vulnerabilities after deployment.

This previously recorded session by Silicon Labs explores the needs and benefits of IoT device attestation and the implications of a security warranty. The Silicon Labs security expert also reviews the custom programming services and long-term Software Development Kit (SDK) support services offered to assist their customers in meeting these requirements.

To continue learning about this subject, please watch the next session, Know Your Devices: Why Penetration Testing is an Essential Security Process.

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