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By ARTIK Team August 22, 2018
It used to be so simple—IoT products and services just had to worry about correctly identifying users and managing their access to data sources. But in a few years, there will soon be more than 22 billion IoT-connected devices (on a planet of only 7.5 billion people). And these devices will be increasingly connected directly ...
By ARTIK Team April 9, 2018
Device protection and trusted code execution must be at the heart of a truly secure IoT solution. The Samsung ARTIK™ IoT platform’s key management system, code signing features, and hardware secure boot features defend connected devices by verifying software before installing and running it.
By ARTIK Team March 26, 2018
Rolling your own IoT security is asking for a big headache - time added to your project, resources reallocated, plus the risk you'll miss something important.
By ARTIK Team February 26, 2018
The Samsung ARTIK team has been busy at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, so let’s jump right into the news!
By ARTIK Team February 22, 2018
We discuss ten ways in which the Samsung ARTIK IoT platform is ideally suited to help you build a secure IoT product.
By ARTIK Team February 9, 2018
While Samsung ARTIK modules include ARM processors, only the ARTIK 530, includes a potentially vulnerable processor. An updated version of Ubuntu will be made available before Feb 28.
By ARTIK Team February 8, 2018
Whether you leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to improve your business processes or your business is creating IoT solutions, you need to be aware of security risks you’ll face in 2018.
By ARTIK Team January 17, 2018
Here is our take on some of the major IoT security trends to follow in 2018, including digital identity and regulatory challenges.
By ARTIK Team January 9, 2018
In Application Note 140, we apply machine learning techniques and a ported TensorFlow library to recognize celebrity faces using a Samsung ARTIK 710 system-on-module.
By ARTIK Team December 21, 2017
As we enter the Age of IoT, it is critical that IoT products be capable of interconnecting securely and seamlessly. The Open Connectivity Foundation has been leading efforts to set standards to allow this happen, and Samsung has been working closely with them to not only develop the standards, but to implement them. To that ...