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How does your software security measure up?

How does your software security measure up?
In recent months, Wind River has offered a free software security assessment on our website.The survey is open to anyone and asks ten very brief yes/no security questions about your software system. Each question focuses on a different aspect of security as spelled out by the Wind River Helix Security Framework. This framework is built on the industry standard Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) Triad.  Guest blog written by Rick Anderson and Arlen Baker.
16th April 2019

Improving ATM security

Improving ATM security
While the security of Automated Teller Machines is not necessarily ‘life critical’ as with many other industries (think transportation, medical and some industrial applications), there are certainly financial and identity theft risks associated with these devices. There is much data on the web regarding the various ATM attack vectors, the estimated number of annual hacks and the cost to the industry. Guest blog by Rick Anderson, Wind River.
3rd April 2019

Titanium cloud virtualisation platform for UNICA initiative selected

Titanium cloud virtualisation platform for UNICA initiative selected
Wind River announced that Telefónica has completed their validation in their NFV Reference Lab of Wind River Titanium Cloud as a Virtualised Infrastructure Manager (VIM) for NFV workloads, in line with the multi VIM paradigm of their UNICA initiative. Titanium Cloud is an ultrareliable, deployment-ready virtualisation software platform, fully compatible with open standards such the Open Source MANO (OSM) orchestration project.
22nd January 2019


Simplifying the management of distributed edge clouds

Simplifying the management of distributed edge clouds
A new white paper from Wind River has just been published by Mobile World Live titled: ‘Distributed Edge Clouds Are Complex, But Must They Be Difficult?’ (The answer is no by the way.) Guest blog written by Charlie Ashton.
5th December 2018

Collaboration on edge cloud computing for 5G

Collaboration on edge cloud computing for 5G
IoT software to critical infrastructure provider, Wind River, has collaborated with BT on a research activity showcasing edge cloud compute applications. The joint proof of concept will be demonstrated by Wind River (booth C7) at SDN NFV World Congress 2018 and features Wind River Titanium Cloud, a deployment-ready virtualisation software platform.
9th October 2018

Service providers increasingly explore cloud-native deployments

Service providers increasingly explore cloud-native deployments
Becoming an increasingly hot topic ‘Cloudification’ is especially a big talking point at telecom conferences and in conversations with service providers. Here Wind River will provide some observations on the business opportunities driving this focus on cloudification and explain why containers are becoming as important as Virtual Machines (VMs) for new telecom use cases that are moving towards deployment. Guest blog written Charlie Ashton.
8th October 2018

Automation moves telecom networks from automatic to autonomous

Automation moves telecom networks from automatic to autonomous
Back in 2012, telecom service providers worldwide launched a collaborative initiative to establish open standards for the virtualisation of telecom networking functions, which came to be known as Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV). Given the fierce competition in this market as well as anti-trust concerns, this was very much the equivalent of Donald Trump sitting down for a chat with Kim Jong Un, though the modest venue for the first NFV conference was Darmstadt, Germany rather than a slightly more luxurious island off Singapore. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
2nd July 2018

CIA triad three pillars for securing the IoT

Although it has been with us in some form and under different names for many years, the IoT is now suddenly the thing.
1st June 2018

Secure device management IoT's knight in shining armour

The security risks of IoT are well publicised from DDoS attacks and botnets to threats not yet known.
31st May 2018

Network virtualisation goes well beyond telecommunications

Network virtualisation goes well beyond telecommunications
The line between what is considered technology for telecommunications vs industrial control and other operations technology applications is becoming blurry. Software is being used in more instances across more industries because it provides a level of flexibility and cost savings like we’ve never seen before. Guest blog written by Jeff Gowan.
30th May 2018

Implementing functional safety in IIoT critical infrastructure systems

Modern real time operating systems (RTOSes) provide the basic building blocks for many applications.
30th May 2018

Is IoT the next standards battleground?

Is IoT the next standards battleground?
In previous blog posts about future proofing an IoT deployment, the top 2 takeaways from discussions at the Industry of Things event in San Diego were covered.  Guest blog written by Tom Gibbings. 
8th May 2018

Future proofing your IoT deployment

Future proofing your IoT deployment
If you were not aware, a few days ago 9th April was Global IoT Day, and it was actually the seventh year of this ‘holiday’ which saw plenty to celebrate. Guest blog written by Tom Gibbings.
11th April 2018

End-to-End security ensures virtualisation is viable

End-to-End security ensures virtualisation is viable
In applications such as industrial control and telecom the business-level benefits of virtualisation are becoming more understood. Companies worldwide have analysed real-world use cases and concluded that major savings in lifetime operational costs are achievable by deploying software-based, virtualised systems compatible with open standards, instead of traditional fixed-function physical equipment based on proprietary, vertically integrated architectures.  Guest blog written by Charlie Ashton.
11th April 2018

IoT gets redefined…again

IoT gets redefined…again
The word everyone loves and cannot get enough of… IoT! The continuously discussed term Internet of Things is getting redefined again. The promise of workload consolidation at the edge and things levels is disrupting the role of cloud in IoT. How did we get here? Guest blog from Wind River.
29th March 2018

Using device lifecycle management to future-proof IoT deployment

One of the biggest barriers to scaling IoT solutions occurs before the device is even powered on.
31st January 2018

Cloud infrastructure for industrial control

Titanium Control is a software infrastructure platform built to meet the needs of the 4th industrial revolution.
29th January 2018

Unlocking business potential with IIoT

Whether building smart cities, designing next-gen aircraft, or architecting industrial systems, the world is becoming increasingly software defined. These all require flexible architectures that enable rapid innovation and adaptability, while retaining or improving the level of performance and quality of legacy systems.
26th January 2018

Connecting edge to the cloud

For future IoT markets, the diversity of applications is driving the need for a new series of intelligent and integrated solutions.
16th January 2018

Solving Industrial IoT challenges and aiding factories of the future

Solving Industrial IoT challenges and aiding factories of the future
As we look at digital business transformation, there are many aspects to be considered on how to improve company performance or expand into new or adjacent markets.The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industry 4.0, is driving digital transformation by optimising our industrial control systems though use of intelligent decision making. Guest blog written by Alex Wilson.
5th December 2017


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