IoT Security: A Hardened Kernel Protects Devices from Attacks

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    Gartner predicts there will be over 20 billion connected devices by the year 2020. However, the rapid growth of IoT technology has also created a new security challenge: How do you protect IoT devices without compromising their design and infrastructure? In today’s video, CTO Scott Shinn discusses how Atomicorp’s Secured IoT Kernel addresses […]

Three Trends in Tech. One Common Thread. Linux. That Makes Securing Your Linux Assets More Important Than Ever.

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    Linux is at the center of the top three trends in technology today: cloud, containers and the Internet of Things. The rapid adoption of these technologies also poses a security risk. There are more ways than ever for attackers to find a way in. While Linux is not inherently insecure, it is only […]

Top 5 Atomicorp Blog Posts of 2017 ” Extending Linux Security to the Cloud, Containers, OSSEC and IoT

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2017 brought even more focus on Linux platforms with the continued rise of cloud, containers, OSSEC and IoT adoption. The challenge confronting many IT departments is that the old security models and solutions don’t quite work in these new computing environments. Atomicorp stepped into this gap and introduced several new security solutions to help companies […]

Atomicorp Releases Atomic Secured IoT Kernel – the Fastest and Most Robust Method to Implement IoT Security

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Chantilly, VA, September 7, 2017 ” Atomicorp, the leader in secure Linux, today announced Atomic Secured IoT Kernel, the first secure Linux kernel product specifically packaged for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Gartner predicts there will be 8.4 billion IoT devices in use in 2017 and Ericsson estimates that number will grow to 18 billion […]