Mender Hub User Profile Series – Pierre Jean Texier
As today marks our third user profile in a series of blog posts that reflect our active Mender Hub contributors , we are happy to share about Pierre-Jean Texier. Pierre-Jean is an embedded software architect since 2014 when he started his career in the field of femtosecond lasers. Now, he works in the secure payment field where he designs embedded software for outdoor payment terminals such as...Read the article
Mender and Microsoft Azure IoT Facilitate Robust and Secure Device Software Management Update
We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with the Azure IoT team at Microsoft for reference integration of Mender, an end-to-end open source OTA software update manager for IoT products. Microsoft Azure IoT is a secure, open and scalable cloud platform to connect, monitor, and control billions of IoT assets.
In developing today’s Internet of Things (IoT) products, support for both analyt...Read the article
Webinar | Secure and Robust OTA Updates with AAEON UP UP Squared and Mender.io
On June 20th, we will hold a joint webinar with UP Squared, UP product family from AAEON. Up Squared is the world’s fastest x86 pro maker board based on the latest Intel platform Apollo Lake.
Come join us to learn how Mender is now available on UP Squared to do secure and robust over-the-air software updates out-of-the-box.
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Will the new EU standard protect consumers from IoT products?
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) recently released Technical Specification 103 645, seeking to help protect consumers from IoT devices. Supported by world-class brands like ABB, Canon, Ericsson, Mitsubishi and LG Electronics can we expect this to be a first step in making IoT more secure?
The standard covers the ground from a fairly technical point of view, and talks a...Read the article
Why not homegrown over-the-air update capabilities?
According to Gartner, there will be almost 3 billion new internet-connected devices in 2018. Unfortunately, most of these devices lack basic security features, making them susceptible to hacking and being compromised. A few days ago, California took the first steps in making connected devices more secure with its “SB-327 Information privacy: connected devices” bill. This is a step in the right d...Read the article