How to build a secure system over the time using eFPGA IP?

Insights at Menta & Secure-IC’s partnership

Webinar held on Feb 24, 2021

Menta and Secure-IC have announced in February 2020, a partnership to optimize embedded cybersecurity. This close collaboration has aimed at simplifying the integration and enhancing programmability of cryptographic security features in next-generation SoCs.

eFPGA is a relevant solution in the context of embedded cybersecurity, especially for embedded systems which have a long-term life cycle in the field. Indeed, security requirements evolve over time and eFPGA can be used to embed cryptographic algorithms and allow them to evolve all along the product’s life cycle. This webinar describes the first results of the collaboration on the implementation of cryptographic engine in eFPGA. eFPGA IP can also be used in Secure Element such as Securyzr.

This 30-minute webinar follows the agenda below:

  • Welcome address
  • Secure-IC & Menta corporate overview and vision
  • Why eFPGA can be powerful in security?
  • First results of the collaboration
  • Joint value proposal summary, what is coming next – eFPGA IP in secure Element
  • Q&A



  • Michel Le Rolland has a master of engineering degree in electronics and computer science from the French “Telecom Bretagne”. He joined Secure-IC in 2016 as R&D engineer in charge of the design of anti-tampering solution. After 3 years of designing HW Secure-IC’s solution, he is now in charge of the Product Marketing activity for Secure-IC.
  • Imen Baili is graduated of an Engineer degree from Polytech’ Sophia-Antipolis, France. She joined Menta in 2017 as Application Engineer in charge of eFPGA applications and technical project lead activities. She is expert on System-On-Chip Architecture, working previously on OMAP Application Processors, Modem & Wireless Chips concept.


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