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The security challenge facing l IoT projects

Internet of Things (IoT) deployments continue to expand globally, revolutionising the way businesses operate by boosting efficiency and enhancing experiences for customers and employees. But as is the case with many innovations, growth has outpaced security considerations resulting in unforeseen problems emerging as bad actors seek to exploit new vulnerabilities.


IoT Sensors: What They Are and How to Use Them

For a very long time, businesses in various industries have been using smart sensors. However, with the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), their significance has increased. Sensors represent the beginning of a data collection chain that, when processed by IoT platforms, generates essential insights for assertive decision-making and even for developing new business ideas. Generally, a smart sensor has three main components: This technology is already used in many countries.


5 Common IoT Security Challenges to Be Aware Of

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, transforming the way we live and work, it should be expected that there will be various security challenges to battle. This means that as a business owner, you should be ready to secure your devices and connections. Statista reports that there are currently 15.14 billion IoT-connected devices worldwide.


A Guide to Using ARM Stack Limit Registers

Stack overflows have notoriously plagued the development processes. They often can go undetected and can present themselves in obscure ways. We have implemented software mechanisms to protect against them, but these have limitations and still don’t protect against all conditions. With the maturity of the ARM architecture, wouldn’t it be better to have a fool-proof mechanism for detecting overflows?