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EE Journal: Microchip SAM11L KPH & Kinibi-M

Adding connectivity to your embedded design opens up a whole new realm of security challenges. Inviting your device to the IoT requires careful attention to building a secure foundation. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Anand Rangarajan from Microchip about the SAML11-KPH MCU and how it can help you develop your application without worrying about IoT security.






A matter of policy…

My previous blog introduced an access management platform called ‘Oasis’, developed as part of my thesis many years ago, and made the case for its relevance for IoT today. This blog will look a little deeper into how the solution could be used in practice. As explained previously, Oasis relies on issuing ‘roles’ to client apps and devices. These roles indicate a function or capability of the client and, implicitly, the access afforded to them.


What’s a ‘thing’ anyway?

So, what’s a ‘thing’?  I’m not asking you to define something, nor indeed anything, but just plain old thing.  It’s a word many of us use when we’re not quite sure – either by ignorance or indecision – what we’re talking about.  It’s a useful substitute for real concrete words and concepts when specificity of the ‘thing’ in question is less important than whatever we’re saying about it.


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