IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

EEMBC Offers Benchmark for Bluetooth LE in IoT

It’s the first in a series of wireless protocol benchmarks for devices in IoT applications.

Data Leakage And The IIoT

Connecting industrial equipment to the Internet offers big improvements in uptime and efficiency, but it adds security issues.

The Case For Narrowband-IoT

IP, software for existing LTE networks, in sub-$5 modules.

Why Auto Designs Take So Long

A design for safety methodology is essential to trim automotive design costs, but at this point it's a work in progress.

Big Data On Wheels

As the market for chips in cars grows, so does the amount of sensor data that needs to be processed.

Dealing With Unintended Behavior

Second of two parts: Best practices to make sure a chip does only what it's supposed to do.

Uncovering Unintended Behavior

First of two parts. Does your design contain a Trojan? Most people would never know, and do not have the ability to find the answer.

Chaos, Progress In Mobile Payment Security

Rapid transitions have stalled some development efforts, limited others, but improved security is on the way.

Data Storage Issues Grow For Cars

Autonomous vehicles will generate huge quantities of data. Where will it be kept?

What’s New In Connected Autos

Internet of Things technology will be crucial to automobiles, but connectivity comes at a price.

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Round Tables

What Can Go Wrong In Automotive

Experts at the Table, part 3: Why power has become so important in car electronics; the challenges in making autonomous vehicles reliable enough; a...

What Can Go Wrong In Automotive

Experts at the Table, part 2: Understanding security risks, ECUs vs. SoCs; dealing with an explosion in data.

IoT Security Risks Grow

Experts at the table, part 2: Mirai, Shodan, and where the holes are in security; establishing a chain of trust from a solid root; how to future-pr...

IoT Security Risks Grow

Experts at the table, part 1: Side-channel attacks, botnets, ransomware all loom as attacks become more sophisticated on connected devices.

What Can Go Wrong In Automotive

Experts at the Table, part 1: Security, diagnostics, standards and the future of autonomous vehicles.

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Multimedia

Tech Talk: Ethernet

The economics of rightsizing communications in the enterprise.

Tech Talk: Extending DRAM

A deep dive into working with vertical memory.

Tech Talk: Configurable Logic

The advantages of using one part for multiple functions.

Tech Talk: Sensor Design

Common pitfalls in designing IoT devices.

Tech Talk: Mesh Networks

How Bluetooth Low Energy and mesh networking are changing connectivity for home electronics.

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Editor's Note

Internet Security? Not Even Close

The number of threats continues to expand. It's time the tech industry began emb...
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ASIL D Requires Precision

While the highest level of automotive safety requires precision in many ways, th...
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The Evolving Ransomware Threat

It's not just businesses anymore. Smart cars and homes can be held hostage. ...
Building The IoE

Defining The Edge Of IoT

The proliferation of low-cost sensors opens up opportunities for an array of inn...
Memory Bolt

Fixing Security Holes

Why chipmakers need to pay attention to side-channel attacks. ...
Embedded Insights

Virtual Reality Evolves Virtually

A look at the next stage in mobile reality....
Data On Data

Why Wait To Double Your Network Bandwidth?

Why 25 Gigabit Ethernet is the next logical complement to 10GbE interconnect spe...

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