IoT Security Risks Grow (Continued)

PANEL Q&A:   JANUARY 9, 2017 – BY: ED SPERLING This is part 2 of the Semiconductor Engineering security issue discussion with Asaf Shen, vice president of marketing for security IP in ARM’s Systems & Software Group; Timothy Dry, principal staff marketing...

IoT Security Risks Grow

PANEL Q&A:   DECEMBER 5TH, 2016 – BY: ED SPERLING Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss security issues with Asaf Shen, vice president of marketing for security IP in ARM’s Systems & Software Group; Timothy Dry, principal staff marketing manager...

Secure Everything, from the Chip to the Cheap Device

ARTICLE/PANEL DISCUSSION: OCTOBER 27th, 2016 – BY: ROB SPIEGEL Yet again, a massive attack puts the focus on cybersecurity. The late October widespread denial-of-service hacking was top of mind at a panel of experts gathered at the ARM TechCon conference in Santa...

Security, Interference in the Connected Car Space

ARTICLE:   JUNE 17TH, 2016 – BY: ERNEST WORTHMAN Once again, a paradigm shift is upon us. Mobile connectivity has radically changed the automobile’s place in the world of connected everything. And that paradigm will shift even further once the IoE is in full...

Next-Gen Botnets

ARTICLE/INTERVIEW: Botnets, once limited to computer networks, are expanding and changing as more devices are connected to the Internet May 5, 2016 – BY: ERNEST WORTHMAN Botnets, once limited to computer networks, are expanding and changing as more devices are...

Security by design

ARTICLE By Chowdary Yanamadala, Senior Vice President of Business Development,ChaoLogix The advent of Internet-connected devices, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), offers myriad opportunities and significant risks. The pervasive collection and sharing of data by...