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WEBINAR: Enabling Long Lasting Security for Semiconductors

WEBINAR: Enabling Long Lasting Security for Semiconductors
by Daniel Nenni on 02-29-2024 at 6:00 am

semiconductor security

Today we live in a world where technology is a part of our everyday lives, not only our personal data, but all devices we rely on on a daily basis including our automobiles, cell phones, and home devices. Hackers have found creative and novel ways to corrupt these products, disable systems, steal secrets and threaten our identities. As we look forward to the future and as technology becomes more entrenched in our lives and impacts our security and safety, we need to move security solutions to the forefront.

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Security is a constantly evolving problem and requires an adaptable solution. In this session, we will address common security problems that we face in today’s challenging world and solutions that can mitigate these threats.     Fixed solutions that are implemented today will inevitably be challenged in the future. Hackers today have more time, resources, training and motivation to disrupt technology. With technology increasing in every facet of our lives, defending against this presents a real challenge. We also have to consider upcoming threats, namely quantum computing. Many predict that quantum computing will be able to crack current cryptography solutions in the next few years!

Fortunately, semiconductor manufacturers have solutions that can enable cryptography agility, also known as Crypto Agility, which can dynamically adapt to evolving threats. This includes not only being able to update hardware accelerated cryptography algorithms, but also provide obfuscation to increase root of trust and protect valuable IP secrets in products. Advanced solutions like these also involve the ability for devices to randomly create their own encryption keys, making it harder for algorithms to crack encryption codes. This webinar will demonstrate a variety of solutions and reconfigurable IP from Flex Logix that can be implemented into any semiconductor device to thwart off all current threats as well as future threats. We will highlight solutions from partners who specialize in security and have ready-to-go IP that can be deployed on Flex Logix IP and add crypto agility to any semiconductor.

Watch this webinar now to learn more about enabling crypto agility in your semiconductor can provide long lasting security solutions.

Abstract:

Semiconductors are on the forefront of security to protect our identity, data and daily lives. And we live in a time where hackers have more time, resources, available training and motivation to disrupt our security than ever before. With quantum computing looming and threatening our current security implementations, it is more important than ever to start implementing crypto agile solutions that can adapt to evolving threats. And this needs occur at every level, including the transport, MAC and IP layers. Adding embedded programmable logic from Flex Logix combined with security IP solutions from Xiphera, a hybrid solution can provide long-lasting security for semiconductors.

Speaker Bios:

Jayson Bethurem is responsible for marketing and business development at Flex Logix. Jayson spent six years at Xilinx as Senior Product Line Manager responsible for about a third of revenues. Before that he spent eight years at Avnet as FAE showing customers how to use FPGAs to improve their products. Earlier, he worked at startups using FPGAs to design products.

Dr. Kimmo Järvinen is the co-founder and CTO of Xiphera. Kimmo has a 20-year long career in the academia where he has done cryptography related research in various European universities. Kimmo has a strong academic background in cryptography and cryptographic hardware engineering after having various post-doctoral, research fellow, and senior researcher positions in Aalto University (Espoo, Finland), KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium), and University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland). Kimmo has published more than sixty scientific articles about cryptography and security engineering, and nearly half of them are somehow related to elliptic curve cryptography. Kimmo has substantial theoretical and practical experience in secure and efficient implementation of elliptic curve cryptosystems.

Join us in this webinar to learn more about enabling crypto agility in your semiconductor can provide long lasting security solutions.

Also Read:

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