On March 3, Tuxera talks flash media security and safeguarding critical data in industrial & embedded IoT

When it comes to all things embedded storage, Embedded World is arguably the place to be – if not physically, then through your screen. As has been the case with many events over the past year, Embedded World 2021 will be fully virtual, with five days of presentations, workshops, and networking in store.

Tuxera’s focus for Embedded World this year is data fail-safety and security in both industrial & embedded IoT. We’ll have the following talks for you at the event:

Keep device data safe with secure erase

Removing data securely from flash media is more challenging than older magnetic designs. The software and firmware must work in unison to provide secure solutions that are increasingly in demand. In this talk, we detail the secure interface from the application to the media and point out the possible pitfalls along the way.

Presenter: Thom Denholm, Technical Product Manager

Session: 4.8 Safety & Security: Security Hardware

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 3, 2:00:00 PM – 2:30:00 PM (CET)

This will be a great opportunity for you to ask our experts about flash media security, live. After Embedded World, we will publish this talk as a whitepaper for you to download.

Expert panel: Techniques to safeguard critical data In IoT

Join us in this roundtable discussion, where you will be able to talk with our experts about some of your challenges or concerns with protecting critical data in embedded IoT. For more information, stay tuned and keep an eye on the event agenda on the Embedded World website.

Read more on embedded data security and integrity

With a presentation and a panel both on the menu, so far there’s only one problem – Embedded World 2021 is a whole month away! To tide you over, feel free to take a look at some of our selected whitepapers on protecting device data:

Troubleshooting corrupted data

Over the years, we have developed considerable expertise and special-purpose tools to help diagnose all kinds of data issues. Our approach is to first determine what’s wrong, then to try to identify the steps it would take to get the system to this state. Is it something that the software could have caused? Did the media fail or is it something different? This paper examines how such questions are answered, and describes file system-related troubleshooting techniques.

Download the whitepaper here.

How to avoid end of life from NAND correctable errors

Flash media is fabulous for most use cases, but heavy reads can cause correctable errors. Linux flash file systems actually shorten the life of the media when dealing with these errors. How does this change with multiple bits per cell, including recent QLC NAND? This paper covers both this problem and the impacts in detail, from flash file systems to SSDs and other NAND flash-based media.

Download the whitepaper here.

Come meet Tuxera virtually at the leading trade fair for all things embedded

Whether you are interested in our presentation or interactive roundtable, we don’t think you’ll want to miss Embedded World this year. Hope we see you online!


Get your ticket today to secure your spot