Embedded virtualization for the design of secure IoT applications

@article{Moratelli2016EmbeddedVF,
  title={Embedded virtualization for the design of secure IoT applications},
  author={Carlos Roberto Moratelli and Sergio Johann Filho and Marcelo Veiga Neves and Fabiano Hessel},
  journal={2016 International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-5}
}
Embedded virtualization has emerged as a valuable way to reduce costs, improve software quality, and decrease design time. Additionally, virtualization can enforce the overall system’s security from several perspectives. One is security due to separation, where the hypervisor ensures that one domain does not compromise the execution of other domains. At the same time, the advances in the development of IoT applications opened discussions about the security flaws that were introduced by IoT… 

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