Nothing is beyond the limits of our imagination anymore, and what we are used to seeing in spy movies needs a massive upgrade, in order to go beyond what is now considered the norm. This was evident at Embedded World 2019, where the focus was edge intelligence and internet of things (IoT) security.Read More
In the IoT era of connected devices, the greatest concern is the security of data in a world of increasing threats. Many of the first IoT devices relied solely on network resources for data security but over the past few years, Arm has been working to increase security on all levels for all devices. Arm has taken the lead by outlining the need for security through its Security Manifestos…Read More
Arm pushed further into IoT this week at MWC, announcing new partnerships with Vodafone and China Unicom and a security certification process for IoT devices.
“We recognize that if the reality of a trillion connected devices is to be met, we need to build trust in those devices, and we need to make it easy for developers and OEMs to implement the right level of security for their use case,” said Chet Babla, VP of Arm’s emerging businesses group.Read More
Stacey and the podcast team discuss the announcement and how PSA has the potential to make such a great impact on the industry. Listen to the episode here, or visit the link below for the accompanying article.Read More
After the extremely publicized Mirai botnet assault in 2016, it was transparent that numerous IoT distributors gave little consideration to safety. To care for that, Arm is launching certification checking out for the ecosystem of Arm-based units the use of its Platform Safety Structure.Read More
British semiconductor and software design company Arm has launched a security certification for internet of things (IoT) devices with its security testing lab partners.Read More
New Arm Certification Aims to Secure IoT Devices. A three-tier certification regimen shows adherence to the Platform Security Architecture.Read More
Arm today announced its new multilevel hardware-based security certification for IoT devices, PSA Certified.
Following last week’s announcement of their Neoverse E1 and N1 platforms for use in IoT applications, Arm looks ahead to a world of one trillion connected devices.Read More
Seeking to build trust in IOT devices and services, Arm on Monday announced it’s partnering with multiple security testing labs to offer independent security certification.Read More
Last year Arm detailed their vision of a trillion connected devices and the Neoverse platform that is designed to enable it. Over the past month, we have seen some significant progress on the server side with the announcement of the Neoverse N1 and E1 platforms. Those platforms are designed to enable next-generation of Arm-based SoCs for anywhere from the edge and 5G base stations to networking and hyperscalers data centers. Today’s announcement focuses on the IoT aspect of their vision.Read More