Mini Series: Seven Steps to Cybersecurity at the Edge

By Arlen Baker

Principal Security Architect

Wind River

April 22, 2021

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According to IDC, there will be an estimated 42 billion connected devices by 2025. Each of these devices represents a point of entry that can be exploited by a cyberattack. But for devices and systems with safety-critical functionality, the stakes are even higher as a security breach can have catastrophic consequences on physical property and human safety.

As Matt Jones, Chief Architect at Wind River puts it, “You can have a secure system that is not safety critical, but you cannot have a safety-critical system that isn’t secure.” 

But where does that leave IoT engineers developing safety-critical intelligent edge systems? For many of these individuals, security is a foreign discipline that suddenly became central to the way they design, build, and code.

This seven-part mini series reveals seven steps towards developing and deploying secure systems that will resist cyber threats throughout their lifecycle. Join Aarlen Baker, Principal Security Architect at Wind River for a fast-paced look at how to bake cybersecurity into can’t-fail devices at the edge.

Register below to gain access to seven-part web seminar.

 
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