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Do This now! Before the IoT Security Tsunami Hits

“There will be more than 24 billion things connected to the Internet by the year 2020,” said Linda Grindstaff, VP of Content Operations in McAfee’s Office of the CTO, who keynoted at the recent Internet of Things Device Security Summit held in Santa Clara, California. … Read More → "Do This now! Before the IoT Security Tsunami Hits"

Thwarting the Software Piracy and IP Theft Epidemic

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we take an in-depth look at software piracy and IP theft with Ted Miracco (CEO – SmartFlow Compliance) and David Locke Hall (Author – Crack99: The Takedown of a $100 Million Chinese Software Pirate). Ted, David, and I discuss the challenges of unlicensed software usage and the what can be done to stem the tide of IP theft. Also this week, we check out … Read More → "Thwarting the Software Piracy and IP Theft Epidemic"

Must PUFs Degrade Over Time?

A few weeks ago, we talked about software security, and a question was raised about the reliability of physically unclonable functions, or PUFs.  We noted at the time that Intrinsic ID agreed that the issue exists, but that they had a solution that more than compensated. Today we take a look at the whole issue in more detail. Possibly too much detail. Put your wonk hat … Read More → "Must PUFs Degrade Over Time?"

Saving Private Fish Fry

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we’re headed into the world of common standards, common form factors, SOSA, and MORA. (Don’t worry, there are even more acronyms on the horizon!) First up, my first guest Rodger Hosking (Pentek) and I chat about the newest technologies in embedded software radio. We discuss how common standards and common form factors are pushing new initiatives in military and … Read More → "Saving Private Fish Fry"

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featured blogs
Feb 19, 2019
“So, what really is 5G?”. That may be a question some folks are asking themselves. Why? No one has really heard of 5G yet. Right? Insert rolling eye emoji here. In case someone lives under a rock, “5G” refers to the next-gen cellular standard that will...
Feb 19, 2019
https://youtu.be/4N5bx3eR_9U The three highlighted posts for January were: Breakfast Nibbles: Predictions for 2019 AlphaZero: Four Hours to World Class from a Standing Start Persistent Memory Sign up... [[ Click on the title to access the full blog on the Cadence Community s...
Feb 15, 2019
This year at DVCon US, Mentor is going to add some sizzle to our booth (#1005) during the exhibit hours. In addition to our stellar demo staff who are always available to answer questions and show you the latest capabilities of our tools, we’re also going to be hosting ...
Jan 25, 2019
Let'€™s face it: We'€™re addicted to SRAM. It'€™s big, it'€™s power-hungry, but it'€™s fast. And no matter how much we complain about it, we still use it. Because we don'€™t have anything better in the mainstream yet. We'€™ve looked at attempts to improve conven...
chalk talks
Security ICs Deliver a Stronger Level of Protection – Mouser and Maxim Integrated   Physically unclonable functions (PUFs) are like fingerprints for semiconductor devices. And, for security applications, PUFs are an outstanding, secure way to uniquely identify an individual device. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Scott Jones from Maxim Integrated about physically unclonable functions, and how you can use them to secure … Read More → "Security ICs Deliver a Stronger Level of Protection – Mouser and Maxim Integrated"
MAXQ1061: A Turnkey Solution for Embedded Systems Security – Mouser and Maxim IntegratedSecurity should NOT be an afterthought in your embedded designs. It’s important to have a well-conceived security strategy implemented from the top down. in this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Reza Ahmadi of Maxim Integrated about the MAXQ1061 turnkey solution for embedded systems security. It’ll help you sleep better at night. Click … Read More → "MAXQ1061: A Turnkey Solution for Embedded Systems Security – Mouser and Maxim Integrated"