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Guiding Principles To Ensure Your Hardware Is Secure

By John Hallman, Product Manager for Trust and Security at OneSpin

Determining how and where hardware security holes arise is a critical step in developing secure device.

The modern society relies on complex, intelligent electronic systems. Automotive, avionics, medical, smartphones, communication and 5G networks, critical infrastructure, data centers, and other applications are ever more dependent on integrated circuits (ICs) that deliver high performance, low power consumption, safety, cybersecurity, and continuity of operation. Hardware is so central to competitiveness and user experience that large companies have reversed established trends and invested in building IC development teams dedicated to their products. Google, Facebook, Tesla, Alibaba, and Apple are prominent examples.


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