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Automated Software Development Tools for Improving IoT Device Security
David Svoboda 01/04/2019 00:00:00

The Jeep hack, methods to  hack ATMs, and even hacks to a  casino's fish tank provide stark evidence of the risks associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). High-end automobiles today have more than 100 million lines of code, and connectivity between cars and the outside world through, for example, infotainment systems and the Global Positioning System (GPS) expose a number of interfaces that can be attacked to communicate with an automobile in unintended and potentially dangerous ways. In  Part 1 of this two-part blog post on the use of SEI CERT Coding Standards to improve the security of the IoT, I wrote about how these standards work and how they can reduce risk in Internet-connected systems. In this post, I describe how developers of large-scale systems, such as IoT systems in automobiles, can use static analysis to enforce these coding standards.

 

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