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In a recent analysis of three popular smart locks, Riscure noticed that two of the locks were vulnerable to a variety of attacks, including physical attacks on the unit to cryptographic attacks on the wireless communication protocol. After reviewing the results, Riscure has developed 13 recommendations for smart lock developers to secure their devices better.

26/09/2018
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Delivering premium content on a consumer device in a flexible and secure manner requires considerable investment in the software stack. Meanwhile, Android has become the operating system of choice for many embedded devices, both stationary and portable due to its broad hardware support, relative ease of customization and application development. Android also brings new risks that are different from the traditional STB security scenarios.

12/09/2018
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The regulation enforcement of UNECE security regulations R155 and R156 was becomes enforced in July 2022 in Europe. While automotive vendors had enough time to prepare due to the work of SAE, the missing links of the new security compliance put OEMs under pressure. Next to imposed regulations on cybersecurity, the costs associated with repairing a breach depend on the stage of the product development lifecycle. According to the ISO/SAE 21434 standard, timely findings and corrections provide cost benefits.

25/06/2018
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In recent years Secure Boot, a critical security element of any computer system, has become a popular target for malicious attacks. As such, securing the code through verification and integrity control has become crucial in order to protect both manufacturers and consumers. The diversity of specifics caused by the variety of embedded platforms processed during a Secure Boot leads to a high chance of a successful attack.

13/07/2017
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