In order to offer its clients best-of-breed technologies and above state-of-the-art protections, Secure-IC, The Security Science Company, is highly committed in its research community to analyze upcoming threats, explore innovative solutions, and support the work of standardization bodies. Our research activities benefit our partners through trainings or closer collaborations on specific topics.
There are four regular sessions per year The next scheduled session is: 4th to 6th February, 2019 Some custom sessions can be created from Secure-IC off-the-sheld courses or to explain a breakthrough topic; please inquire at email@example.com. For whom: designer of ASIC and FPGA solutions aiming at understanding security issues…
Settling a framework for security evaluation requires preparation. A starting point is to establish a road map for a rise in competences and equipments. Thanks to our trainings and our experts’ advice, you will be guided during this process so as to rationalize your choices and optimize costs and time…
You have an unusual problem to tackle or above-standards evaluation to perform? Ask Secure-IC’s experts. We will provide results above expectations and detailed reports. Common research can lead to a scientific publication in major venues.
Secure-IC is highly implicated in the security research community. It has taken part in many collaborative projects on innovative topics such as cyber resistance, homomorphic encyrption, SoC hardening, laser attacks … From 2017 to 2020, Secure-IC is leading a consortium designing security products embedding post-quantum technologies.
Secure-IC is an active member of the ISO community to establish high-quality security standards. Several of its founders have acted as contributors and editors for major security standards : ISO 17825, ISO 20 085-1/-2 for criteria of security evaluations, and the under redaction standard on PUF.
With three Professors of the Mines-Telecom Institute amongst its founders, Secure-IC gathers 10 years of research and 300 publications in cyber and embedded security. Completing the research team, 10 PhD students contribute to the scientific excellence of Secure-IC on both current and future technologies.