Availability and Structure of Security in Embedded Systems


With a growing number of cases of information security-breaches, there is a great need for efforts towards securing electronic systems. Embedded systems are ubiquitous systems that are used to capture, store, manipulate, and access sensitive data. The security of these systems poses several unique and interesting security challenges. This paper focuses on the spectrum of security: the history, the current utilizations, and the future. Throughout the paper, items that are of particular importance to embedded systems are highlighted. This paper also addresses the lack of integration of embedded security educational activities in different undergraduate computing and engineering programs.

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@inproceedings{Minaie2017AvailabilityAS, title={Availability and Structure of Security in Embedded Systems}, author={Afsaneh Minaie and Jacob Haven Gosling and Jacob Gosling}, year={2017} }