The Internet of Things on AWS – Official Blog

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Introducing AWS IoT Device Defender ML Detect

Today AWS announced AWS IoT Device Defender Machine Learning Detect and Mitigation (ML Detect), a new feature that automatically detects IoT device-level operational and security anomalies based on learnings from past device data. Today, customers can use AWS IoT Device Defender’s Rules Detect feature to manually set static alarms. ML Detect makes this easier by […]

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Route data directly from IoT Core to your web services

In this blog post, we will explain how you can use AWS IoT Core Rules Engine’s HTTP action to send data directly to your existing HTTPS endpoint without writing additional code or making changes to published code. With this feature, you can integrate AWS IoT with your own web services without additional latency and complexity […]

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Securing Amazon FreeRTOS devices at scale with Infineon OPTIGA Trust X

Post by David Walters, Senior Partner Specialist Solutions Architect, IoT at Amazon Web Services, and Artem Yushev, Applications Engineer, Embedded Security Systems, at Infineon. One of the most significant challenges for device manufacturers developing new microcontroller-based IoT devices is how to manufacture and provision those devices at scale without compromising security. In this blog post, we […]

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Provisioning with a bootstrap certificate in AWS IoT Core

Provisioning with a bootstrap certificate in AWS IoT Core

One of the core tenets of managing IoT devices is provisioning, which is the process of registering a device on a particular platform or a system. When bootstrapping your devices, it’s important to establish mutual authentication between the device and an Internet of Things (IoT) endpoint to prevent threats like man-in-the-middle attacks. Device certificates are by […]

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