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Establishing a Root of Trust in Embedded Linux and IoT
With IoT, 5G and embedded devices becoming a larger part of everyone’s daily lives, security—and more importantly, trust in our technology—is on everyone’s minds. Embedded devices don’t have a good security track record; the last several years saw a significant number of high-profile hacks that could prevent people from widely accepting IoT into their homes.
The proliferation of hacks and the threat to basic infrastructure resulted in a move toward regulating the security of critical software. Specifically, Executive Order 14082, issued by United States, drew up a list of security practices, including the inclusion of a software bill of materials (SBOM), with every application run by the U.S. federal government. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is also creating reference architectures and templates for application security as a result of the Executive Order. Regulation is coming to software security that will likely impact every company that produces code or sells products running on code.
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