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Adversarial Testing to Increase the Overall Security of Embedded Systems: A Review of the Process


In the evolving world of the Internet of Things, the security of any piece of electronic equipment can easily come into question.

Traditional electronics are being replaced with upgraded “smart” alternatives that are deployed worldwide as embedded systems in connected cars, autonomous aircraft, wireless medical devices and control systems. The desire to maintain a constant connection to these systems and share data, monitor operation and diagnose and resolve performance issues has driven designers and developers to adopt new technologies to support the task. Each of these pieces of technology, whether just the next wireless-enabled gadget or mission-critical equipment, offers an attack surface that may be taken advantage of and successfully exploited.

Key Insights:

  • In-depth overview of the adversarial testing process and its applicability to embedded systems technology
  • The categories of vulnerabilities identified using the AIS assessment process and the impact of their exploitation
  • The benefits of the application of an adversarial testing component, whether a third-party source such as AIS or an internal team resource, to the overall quality of the resulting product and system security

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