Embedded security by design
Data protection and how to prevent data breaches on embedded systems
The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing as more and more devices are being connected to the Internet. If you’re wondering whether the electronic devices of well-known brands can be hacked or not, the answer to this question is very straightforward: unfortunately, yes. These devices can create vulnerabilities within an organization’s network.
Risk & potential impact
Hacking can take place via USB ports, debug channels, or other communication slots of the device. Furthermore, the OS of the device and the external memory of the processor are also potential means of hacking.
The impact of this should not be underestimated. Through directed and intensified communication overload – DDoS, the device can lose its connection and even stop performing its main tasks. Devices can send out the wrong data and open access to the customers’ network, hence giving access to their owners’ private data.
Security by design
Through implementing security on the lowest embedded level, PsiControl has enabled major companies to create trustful devices that are better protected against a wide range of potential cybersecurity threats.
Security by design allows one to implement features such as anti-copy, anti-tampering of data, preventing the threat of DDoS at no extra product cost.
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