Hardware Security vs Software Security for IoT Devices - Which is Better?

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Everyone who designs and manufacturers IoT devices is concerned with  security but what is the best approach.  Anthony Ambrose recently talked to Rich Nass from Embedded Computing Design to discuss why hardware based security is fundamentally more secure than software based security and how a hardware based approach addresses the industry's concerns. To hear the conversation listen to the podcast Five Minutes with

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