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Configuration Management: Creating Baseline Configurations for Your Devices Reduces Security Gaps Jeff Fellinge
Lower the operational costs and improve the security of your systems and devices through configuration baselines that define exactly how these devices and technologies that you rely on every day should be correctly set up.

Security Fundamentals Begin with Patching: The Importance of Vulnerability Management in Preventing Attacks Jeff Fellinge
Drive down risk to your devices, systems, and networks by ensuring you have in place a robust vulnerability management process that combines policy and practice to reliably keep your systems running up-to-date software and all recommended security updates.

Identify Anomalous Device Behavior Through Logging and Alerting Jeff Fellinge
Logging and alerting are fundamental tools for detecting not only errors and creating maintenance tickets but also helping defenders detect attackers by piecing together individual events into a bigger picture.

Surface Area Management of Embedded Devices through Host and Network Based Firewalls Jeff Fellinge
Lower the risk of a successful attack on your network-connected devices by understanding the network ports and protocols they use and disabling or filtering those they do not need.

Unraveling the Gordian Knot of IoT Security Stephen Evanczuk
Manufacturers may well find that even the most robust technological solutions to IoT security aren’t enough.

Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

Achieving Security Requires Much More Than Just Robust Technology Stephen Evanczuk
Although systems developers can draw on robust security technologies, effective security requires a combination of technologies, practices, and policies—and acceptance by each stakeholder of their own role in maintaining security.

Powerful Machine Learning Brings Complex Security Challenges Stephen Evanczuk
Even as machine learning spreads more broadly and penetrates more deeply into everyday life, it introduces a particularly insidious type of security threat.

A Simple Guide to Wi-Fi Standards Phil Hipol
Over the years, as wireless technology has evolved, so has the IEEE 802.11 standard, hence the different letters after the 802.11 designation. As Wi-Fi increases in scope and speed, network engineers should understand these designations and what they represent.

Will IoT Security Solutions Trickle Down or Bubble Up? Stephen Evanczuk
Internet of Things (IoT) security is complex because of the diverse mix of hardware, software, and data involved across multiple layers of various large-scale applications. Despite the increase in security mechanisms and services, IoT security remains fractured and needs a more unified approach.

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