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A Development Lifecycle Approach to Security Verification

A Development Lifecycle Approach to Security Verification
by Bernard Murphy on 02-22-2018 at 7:00 am

We have become accustomed to the idea that safety expectations can’t be narrowed down to one thing you do in design. They pervade all aspects of design from overall process through analysis, redundancies in design, fault analytics and mitigation for faults and on-board monitors for reliability among other requirements and techniques.… Read More


Software Security is Necessary but NOT Sufficient

Software Security is Necessary but NOT Sufficient
by Dr. Jason Oberg on 06-30-2016 at 12:00 pm

As the silicon designs inside the connected devices of the Internet of Things transition from specifications to tapeouts, electronics companies have come to the stark realization that software security is simply not adequate. Securing silicon is now a required, not optional, part of RTL design processes.… Read More