Architectures and Concepts for Internet of Things

"All architecture is design, but not all design is architecture." (Grady Booch)

Not really sure whether the reason is good or not but the cyber security topic is booming again since approx. 8 years. Eight years is also the timespan where IoT devices becoming more and more present in real use cases and being exposed to the real curiosity of hackers, white hats, or even just engi...

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As part of my activities as a security engineer within the BCDS I had the chance to contribute to a webinar. As one of the four experts, and the representative of the device manufacturer part of the IoT chain, I was giving some insights in the daily life as a security engineer. Our Cross Domain Deve...

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Battery-powered devices are comfortable to use but have also some major issues. Especially during the development, some important aspects must be taken into consideration, unfortunately it is not just replacing the power plug. In the first episode of my new series, "IoT Use Case", I want to focus on...

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Being direct part of the worldwide development community for IoT and connected device and working day by day on architectural topics and talking to many experts in this area, I've mentioned that indeed the technologies behind IoT are well known but a common IoT definition is not existent. And There...

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Firmware over the air, also called FOTA or OTA, is one of the key features IoT manufacturers promote their products with. But what exactly is hidden behind and what are advantages and drawbacks of FOTA? What techniques are common, which fits better with your product and what have to be considered re...

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