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As part of the Linux Security Summit Europe last October, I participated in a panel around the question, “Would Abandoning the C Language Really Help?”. C, which is the main language used in the Linux kernel, is notorious for having an endless source of vulnerabilities. Just look at the long list of open bugs automatically reported by the fuzzing robot syzbot that are still waiting for a fix.
Embedded Insiders Podcast: Let's Settle This. What's More Secure, Proprietary or Open Source? - PodcastJune 26, 2020
This week on the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss an age-old controversy: What's more secure? Proprietary or open-source software?
The new working groups will build from progress in the SIL2LinuxMP and Real-Time Linux projects to help bridge gaps between the safety standards and Linux development ecosystems.
LF Edge, an umbrella organization under The Linux Foundation, announced it acquired State of the Edge, a vendor-neutral platform for open research on edge computing.
Zephyr RTOS will be on Display at Embedded World in Demos from Antmicro, Foundries.io, Nordic Semiconductor and PHYTEC.
LF Energy is rapidly growing its community with additional founding Premier member, Faraday Grid, joining RTE.
In collaboration with the civil infrastructure platform?security working group in Linux Foundation, Renesas aims to reduce required IEC 62443-4-2 user certification time by up to six months.