Items tagged with PSA

There's no question that our connected devices are increasingly coming under attack, as we witnessed with the Mirai botnet that made the rounds late last year. In an effort to shore up the defenses of these IoT devices, ARM is pushing forwards with what it calls its Platform Security Architecture (PSA). With PSA, ARM is providing what it calls the first common framework for building connected devices that are more secure. ARM views PSA as "a fundamental shift in the economics of IoT security" by providing clear guidelines to help make securing our devices more efficient and cost effective from... Read more...
One of the ongoing debates between the Xbox One and PS4 revolves around the expected performance difference between the two consoles -- or lack thereof. According to Edge, developers have privately stated that the PS4 is significantly faster. A console agnostic game can, according to their sources, run at 30 FPS in 1920x1080 on the PS4, but in the mid-20s on the Xbox One, even with a lower 1600x900 target resolution. "Xbox One is weaker and its a pain to use its ESRAM," concluded one developer. Microsoft's response to this controversy has been straightforward and expected. It told Kotaku, "Xbox... Read more...
In recent years, parents of teenagers have had to add digital safety to the long list of potential dangers keeping them awake at night. From stolen identities to cyberbullying, the online world can be a very dangerous one. To help equip parents and their kids to better navigate that world safely, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), in collaboration with Facebook, launched a consumer education program “to provide teens and their parents with tools and tips to manage their privacy and visibility both on Facebook and more broadly on the Internet”. Leading the campaign... Read more...