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Re: Security, Security, Security
alex_m1   4/4/2014 1:17:49 PM
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DrFPGA: wind river has built an embedded hypervisor(which is a pretty good way to secure applications against malware) , in 10K lines of code. I don't know what micruim has, but lines of code is not a good way to judge it.

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Micrium's market growth
LarryM99   4/4/2014 12:59:51 PM
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@Rick, the growth numbers for Micrium were interesting. Do you know if they are from developers moving up from programming to bare metal or dropping back from more-complex Linux environments? My bet would be on the former.

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rick merritt   4/4/2014 9:41:04 AM
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@DrFPGA: Great questions Freescale is promoting Java for IoT security, but they know it is not ready for small nodes and is not in itself sufficient.

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krisi   4/3/2014 2:46:22 PM
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Agreed, security is a big issue...do you worry about just being able to read IoT data or hacking it to generate false data?

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Security, Security, Security
DrFPGA   4/3/2014 2:42:31 PM
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The three most important IoT elements will be Security, Security and Security.

I would be interested in what level of security (if any) you can fit into 50K of code. How are security keys managed? How about DPA mitigation? So many questions...



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