The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to reference the ability of various objects to connect to the internet through the transfer of data.Like other industries, health care is adopting connectivity options and using IoT in its clinical care settings, often with mobile or wearable devices. However, an increase in integration for entities within the health care sector creates privacy and security concerns.
Despite the challenges and obstacles associated with the use of new technologies, adopting systems using IoT can benefit both patients and providers. This article describes how the healthcare industry is getting benefited from the IoT and outlines the solutions on how to overcome the security and privacy challenges of IoT.
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Continuous Testing goes beyond automation and encompasses all practices including tooling and cultural change that help mitigate risks before progressing to subsequent software development lifecycle(SDLC) stages.
This article from DZone describes the role of automation in continuous testing and summarizes why code quality, pipeline automation, application quality, and customer experience are all stepping stones to achieve a higher quality product through continuous delivery.
As more and more internet-connected devices find their way into our homes and businesses,the demand for technologies to manage and secure these connected devices is more efficiently becomes greater.
This article summarizes the steps to create an IoT system that’s secure by design and describes what enterprises can do to manage the security risks associated with IoT devices.
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Automotive vehicles are not only fast moving, but also have various systems comprising a variety of advanced technologies. Increasing complexities of these systems need much more sophisticated components and interactions. Amongst the various standards that target the automotive IP section, CAN holds a unique place.
Designing of such a system is sophisticated, but the verification of a CAN node or CAN system brings more challenges and complications.This article from Mentor Graphics explains the challenges in the verification of a CAN node and how CAN Questa® Verification IP combats those.
Find out how T&VS CAN Verification services help to meet the challenging requirements with respect to performance, flexibility and verify the today’s complex automotive designs effectively.
The Internet of Things is breaking fresh ground for car manufacturers by introducing entirely new layers to the traditional concept of a car. This article explores what a connected car means in the internet of things landscape and outlines how connected cars and the next generation of intelligent vehicles will change dramatically the way you drive.
Learn more about how T&VS Automotive Verification and Test solutions help to address the challenges of delivering safe, secure and compliant automotive products.
Verification Consultant, Lauro Rizzatti, describes the availability of DFT app for hardware emulation to fully verify a design-under-test (DUT) that includes implanted DFT within an already constrained schedule and explores how hardware emulator provides enough power to keep the design for testability (DFT) verification schedule on track, increasing yields,accelerating time-to-market and helps verification engineers avoid risk and ensure quality chips delivered to customers.
Find out how T&VS Hardware Emulation services allow verifying the robustness of a design and helps optimize the design for improved performance.
Test Automation is essentially using code to create programs that perform automated tests for your software. This article from Optimus Info explores the benefits of automated software testing and outlines how the automated testing can make things in the testing lab very easy and tester friendly.
Although internet of things (IoT) has ushered in a wealth of efficiency through connectivity, it has also created millions of new attack surfaces due to weak security design or administrative practices. With the little security that is in place today for internet-connected devices, threats are multiply continuing, as more and more IoT devices are adopted, both at home and in organizations.
This article explores what challenges should you be aware of when it comes to IoT and what steps you should take to protect sensitive data when using internet-enabled devices.
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As the IoT revolution is taking over, hackers are turning to IoT devices to grow their botnet armies. The sheer number of devices connected to IoT are making fertile ground for malicious hackers.
This article explores what makes IoT devices so vulnerable and describes why the need to keep security a top priority always in the era of growing botnets, and security breaches.
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While the Internet of Things connect, and unify countless objects and systems, it also presents a significant security and privacy challenges and concerns. This article describes why companies and consumers alike should be careful about deploying ‘smart’ appliances and devices that connect to the internet and offer steps to protect against security and privacy threats.
Learn how T&VS IoT Security services allow you to take a comprehensive approach to maintain the security, and protect your IoT devices from cyber threats.