The widespread use of connected smart home devices has created an attractive target for cyber criminals and other unscrupulous operators. Smart home security should therefore be viewed as a primary design goal, rather than a tertiary afterthought. To be sure, consumers increasingly expect their devices to be protected out of the box, with seamless over-the air-updates (OTA) implemented securely. However, OEMs need to be assured that securing smart home devices is not an insurmountable goal that negatively impacts profitability or time to market. As such, smart home devices should be protected by a turnkey security solution that can be easily implemented, maintained and upgraded to meet the evolving challenges of a dynamic threat landscape.
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The IoT is expected to comprise 20.8 billion devices by 2020, with Gartner estimating that 5.5 million new ‘things’ went online daily during 2016. Nevertheless, robust IoT security remains mired in the creation phase along with nascent interoperability standards. As more and more ‘things’ connect to the Internet, the danger of nefarious attackers exploiting unsecured devices looms ever larger.
The increase in complexity and connectivity of today’s automobiles has automakers and consumers alike demanding simple and secure methods to download, authenticate and install vehicle updates critical to performance and safety. Movimento and Rambus have teamed up to deliver highly-secure Over-the-Air (OTA) vehicle updates in the era of the connected car.