The State of Embedded-Device Security (Spoiler Alert: It's Bad)

  title={The State of Embedded-Device Security (Spoiler Alert: It's Bad)},
  author={John Viega and Hugh Thompson},
  journal={IEEE Security & Privacy},
Embedded-systems security is a mess, and the embedded-software industry needs to start focusing on it. This will involve moving beyond just the technology to rethink our assumptions of how people will actually use and maintain embedded devices. 
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