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How do you build secure and observable embedded systems?

By January 18, 2024No Comments

Zephyr RTOS is being used in a wide variety of applications where it is critical to be able to remotely observe and monitor the behavior of the device, in particular to detect and respond to security threats. In this Tech Talk video, Katarzyna Zalewska, Software Engineer at Sternum, shares tips and tricks for building secure and observable embedded systems. She shares some of the typical threats that IoT devices are facing, the current state of security in Zephyr, and how commercial security offerings such as Sternum’s can be used to enhance the security of Zephyr-based devices at runtime.

Watch below or on LinkedIn or Youtube.

Don’t miss the next Tech Talk on Wednesday, January 24 at 6 am PT/9 am ET where we welcome Pete Johanson, creator and project lead of the ZMK project. ZMK is an open-source firmware for custom keyboards that is built on Zephyr RTOS. From USB and Bluetooth connectivity, to power management, to the handling of input keys (of course!), there is a lot that goes into controlling a keyboard. We’ll discuss the challenges of building a keyboard firmware, and dive into some of the Zephyr features that help address them. Subscribe to the livestream here.

About Tech Talks:

Zephyr Tech Talks are live streams organized Benjamin Cabé, Zephyr Developer Advocate,  for the community. Sign up to be featured here. Watch past Tech Talks on the Zephyr Tech Talk Youtube Playlist.



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