Once in a while, I clone a project just to check out the code, have it compiled or even to request a pull for an update.
But what if my clone gets stale? What if it is several commits behind the original repository? You see a message like this:
How do you fix it? Is there a hidden button somewhere in the GitHub portal?
Doorgaan met het lezen van “When your clone is several commits behind the master”
Update: this is the classic solution of securing your Edge device. See also the new (agent-less or agent-based) version Azure Defender for IoT.
During the last Microsoft Build event this year, Microsoft announced support for IoT devices in their Azure Security Center.
This is a potentially interesting solution for checking all your IoT devices for security issues and a centralized way to react to these issues. There are both recommendations and imminent alerts to respond to:
It is advertised like this:
“Azure Security Center for IoT provides visibility into the security posture and state of your Azure IoT solution – from devices to applications”
This is a promising solution for the S of security in IoT (yes, there is no security in IoT 🙂 ).
Azure Security Center for IoT is currently in public preview but we can already try out its functionality.
ASC for IoT is presented in the Azure portal as being part of the IoT Hub. There’s a thirty days trial, I have not calculated the costs yet but you can try it out for yourself here.
There is a free tier but the standard tier is much more interesting. We will see that eg. the security event collection is very powerful:
In this blog, we check out How we can combine Azure Security Center for IoT with IoT Edge. This seems surprisingly easy.
Doorgaan met het lezen van “Azure Security Center for IoT on the Edge”