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Our talk at FOSDEM on IoT Botnets, Linux devices, and the absence of basic security hardening

7th Feb 2018

A member of our team, Greg Di Stefano, had a talk at FOSDEM in Brussels earlier this month. The talk was about IoT Botnets, Linux devices, and the absence of basic security hardening.

We apologize to the folks who could not attend the talk due to the limited room capacity, but we hope you enjoy this talk now.

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Why the Yocto Project for my connected devices?

26th Jul 2017

This month, Mender's own Drew Moseley wrote a blog post on "Why the Yocto Project for IoT" on Embedded.com. It outlines many of the reasons why we chose it as the first platform to support.

Yocto is essentially a build system and a collection of tools to build your own Linux distribution based on your project's requirements, and it is backed by many organizations including Wind River, Mento...

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Upcoming Mender events in April 2016: San Diego and Boston

Embedded Linux Conference

We're excited to have our team member, Eystein Stenberg, providing two talks this April and we encourage you to join him!

He will be at the Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit from April 4th to 6th in San Diego, and then speaking at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston from April 13th to 14th.

He will be presenting two tracks:

  1. Handling Top Security Threats for Connected Emb...
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