Tag Archives: Software Engineering and IT

Problem Solving 101 with Ari Takanen – About integrating fuzzing into the SDLC

At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to find out what Ari Takanen, who, along with Jared D. Demott, Charles Miller, Atte Kettunen wrote Fuzzing for Software Security Testing and Quality …

Blockchain applications and limitations in Cyber-Physical Systems with Ali Dorri

Blockchain applications and limitations in Cyber-Physical Systems – CPS Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) integrate sensing, networking, and computation capabilities where millions of networkable devices sense the environment to capture information. Using network infrastructure, mainly the Internet, the information is transferred to cloud servers where it is processed to offer personalized services to the users. The data …

The Need to Secure Medical Devices with Axel Wirth, Chris Gates and Jason Smith

The authors of Medical Device Cybersecurity for Engineers and Manufacturers explain the need to secure medical devices in the market today: The medical device industry was the first industry to be regulated to produce secure embedded devices, which left manufacturers in the odd position of being trailblazers in what is often unfamiliar territory. Secure development …

The Making of “End-to-End Encrypted Messaging” with Rolf Oppliger

Artech House author and series editor Rolf Oppliger gave us insight into how his book, End-to-End Encrypted Messaging, came to be: In 2001, I wrote “Secure Messaging with PGP and S/MIME” (ISBN ISBN 978-1-58053-161-0) that was published as the fourth title in the then newly established Information Security and Privacy book series of Artech House …