Secure Embedded Platforms with Trusted Computing: Automotive and Other Systems in the Internet of Things Must Be Protected

01/06/2012 White Paper

The embedded systems market is going through a profound transformation right now. Historically, embedded systems builders assumed that their systems were ultimately built to stand alone. Typical embedded systems, such as those in todayÍs automobiles, might contain more than a hundred individual processors, with multiple in-vehicle networks and millions of lines of code. Even so, the vehicle is a closed system.

There are a few ways for the outside world to access the vehicle’s embedded processors, but they almost all require physical presence with the vehicle.

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The embedded systems market is going through a profound transformation right now. Historically, embedded systems builders assumed that their systems were ultimately built to stand alone. Typical embedded systems, such as those in todayÍs automobiles, might contain more than a hundred individual processors, with multiple in-vehicle networks and millions of lines of code. Even so, the vehicle is a closed system.

There are a few ways for the outside world to access the vehicle’s embedded processors, but they almost all require physical presence with the vehicle.

Click here to read the entire white paper.