This session was recorded at Hardware Pioneers Max 2021 and covers the following topics:
- What kind of cryptography is expected to back a modern IoT device, and how does that contribute to a device manufacturers/integrators creating ‘good’ security architectures. And maybe most importantly, what’s next?
- What is driving progress in making better security more commonplace – the availability of accelerators, the demand from customers, the pressure of regulation or the fear of hacker exposure?
- With FI (fault injection) and SC (side channel information leakage) attacks becoming more commonplace, how do hardware accelerators need to adapt to defend? How do you decide what level of defence an end device needs?
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Steven Cooreman, Embedded Software Security Lead, Silicon Labs
Shahram Mossayebi, CEO, Crypto Quantique
Darron Antill, CEO, Device Authority
Robin Mitchell, Editor, Electropages