It’s no secret by now that the vast majority of (Internet of Things) IoT devices have little to no security, as well as a poor track record of support. This can and has caused many issues over the years, for both the customers who bought those devices and the companies being targeted by botnets that are powered by hacked IoT devices.
Arm, whose microcontrollers are in billions of devices, has now launched a security framework called the Platform Security Architecture (PSA) to make it easier for IoT vendors to secure their products. Arm said that “security can no longer be optional” for IoT devices and hopes that this new system will protect “trillions” of IoT devices in the future.
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