Technical Guideline for Securing IoT Devices from Cyber Attacks

IoT has become part of various verticals across industries and the number of connected devices in all the sectors is increasing exponentially. IoT plays a role in improving product quality, providing the best customer experience, reducing time to market, reducing time and efforts, and improving the business opportunities. With the increase in the number of connected devices, the number of cyber-attacks on these devices is also increasing. In an era of IoT, device security is a major challenge as it can affect sensitive user data, internet, healthcare, and transport services. The intention behind this blog is to provide minimal but most important information on IoT Security so that security threats can be reduced. In this blog, the process to develop a secure IoT device, type of attacks, vulnerabilities, flaws, prevention tactics, and conformance test process are explored.

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Harshkumar Patel

Harshkumar Patel works as Technical Lead in eInfochips. He has 10 years of experience in the design and development of secure Industrial IoT devices. He has expertise in different communication protocols, programming languages, hardware platforms, and peripheral interfacing.

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