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Best practices for triaging Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures (CVEs) in embedded systems: Top Three Questions Answered

Best practices for triaging Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures (CVEs) in embedded systems: Top Three Questions Answered

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Keeping embedded system products secure requires ongoing, constant monitoring and management of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) throughout the production lifecycle.

With the constant flood of CVEs reported each week, you need to have a process for understanding the exposure of your embedded system devices to cybersecurity exploits. It is important to see how CVEs apply to your product so you can quickly address the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk.

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Webinar with NXP: CVE triage best practices for efficient vulnerability mitigation

Webinar with NXP: CVE triage best practices for efficient vulnerability mitigation

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Securing your embedded system devices is no longer just a final step in product development.

Security today must be a continuous process, a focus at every stage of your software development, release and maintenance cycles.

That’s because today’s vulnerability environment is radically different from the past. Hundreds of vulnerabilities that may or may not affect your products come to light every week.

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BSP Lifecycle Maintenance: Top Three Questions Answered

BSP Lifecycle Maintenance: Top Three Questions Answered

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Security is critical throughout the lifetime of an embedded system. Continually changing threat environments, new deployment modes and third-party software updates mean that the BSP software for an embedded system device can no longer remain static and “frozen.”

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Ready to tackle embedded Linux MPU development with Windows … Do you know your options?

Ready to tackle embedded Linux MPU development with Windows … Do you know your options?

Have you been developing embedded devices for years? Are you considering building your first operating system based product and looking at using embedded Linux? You are not alone.

Many companies that have historically been developing MCU based products are now being pushed by market and customer requirements to offer better, more feature-rich and more capable devices. In order to deliver the desired features, many new designs require a combination of MCUs and MPUs. Both of these are used in IoT systems to support cloud, gateway to edge functionality.

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