The IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) is a current reality. Its technical basis are intelligent, networked systems that, in the best case, interact autonomously. This interaction requires trustful cooperation.
Compliance with the following protection goals is required to achieve this:
These three objectives are often abbreviated as CIA.
In the embedded world, security is often reduced to mere transport security. Current attack scenarios show that there are many more aspects to consider, such as a secure connection and secure access to your embedded system.
In this context, keywords come up, such as secure boot, zero touch onboarding (ZTO), digital certificates, individual encryption and many more. Or Virtual Private Network (VPN) for secure access to the embedded device. Key- and certificate-based access authorisation enables a so-called public key infrastructure (PKI), a powerful tool that also gives you the possibility to effectively protect against loss of access data. In addition, different procedures can be combined to form a multi-factor authentication. The integration of hardware-based procedures such as smartcards and keytokens are also possible.
We at Linutronix understand these requirements and are able to work out your personal protection profile together with you and then also implement it in an individually tailored manner.
So that your know-how is protected (keyword: copying, unauthorised overproduction) and your data is only designated for you.