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Wireless
12th February 2020
What does the future of IoT look like?

Gartner’s recent report claims that the ‘IoT market will grow to 5.8 billion endpoints in 2020,’ which is a 21% increase on the previous year. This figure highlights just how popular IoT is, not just with businesses, but with consumers around the world, who now use IoT devices to manage things in their everyday life.  By Rusty Carter, VP of product management at Arxan Technologies 

Medical
4th November 2019
Diagnosing the threat to connected healthcare apps

Dealing with cyber threats has become a standard challenge in any sector, but one of the most alarming possibilities is an attack on medical technology, where the risks make the jump from digital to physical. The potential threat was highlighted recently in research that revealed attackers could potentially access anaesthesia devices due to an apparent security flaw. By Chad McDonald, VP of Customer Experience at Arxan Technologies

Communications
10th October 2016
Vulnerabilities of the connected car

By 2020, three-quarters of cars shipped globally are expected to have internet connectivity. Connected cars also feature over 100M lines of code, that's ten times the amount found in a Boeing 787. The below infographic further explores the vulnerabilities of the connected car.

Communications
19th November 2015
Under the hood of a connected car hack

Arxan Technologies is a company that specialises in software security and application protection for a variety of different platforms, ranging from mobile devices and desktops, to connected cars and wearable technology. In essence, the company makes it more difficult for cybercriminals to access and maliciously tamper with software.

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