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Introduction to Encryption for Embedded Linux Developers

Sergio Prado - Watch Now - Duration: 53:47

Data confidentiality is a requirement in the design of many embedded Linux devices. And encryption plays a significant role in developing products where confidentiality is a must. But there are different approaches, methods, and algorithms depending on the problem, which is not always clear to the developer. Should we use symmetric or asymmetric key encryption? What are the best algorithms for a specific situation? How to store the encryption key? In this talk, we will answer these and many other questions, covering the most common problems a developer could face to protect data-at-rest and data-in-transit when designing an embedded Linux device.

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Score: 1 | 3 months ago | 1 reply

Absolutely fantastic summary and practical hands-on demos of tool usage, thank you Sergio! I too look forward for the "Hands-on: data in transit encryption" blog post!

Score: 0 | 3 months ago | no reply

Thanks Steve! I currently working on the blog posts and looking forward to publishing soon.

Score: 0 | 4 months ago | 1 reply

Nice overview and refresher on basics with hands on session. I have enjoyed. Will look forward for the "Hands-on: data in transit encryption" blog post.

Score: 0 | 4 months ago | no reply

Hi PrashantVP! I'm glad you enjoyed it!