Webinar held on April 16th, 2020
In today’s world of cyber threats, vulnerabilities, non robust and unprotected networks and hardware, and intrusions, it is finding a renewed interest. Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs) can be extremely effective against cyber-attacks and reverse engineering. They can be used for such functions as device authentication, random number generation, anti-counterfeiting/cloning, key generation/management, HW/SW binding, secure/trusted boot, roots of trust and trusty anchoring, as well as providing secure keys.
This exclusive webinar from Secure-IC demonstrates how Physically Unclonable Function (PUF) technology, protects embedded designs against attacks & specifically within the automotive market. In this webinar, we detail what is a PUF, its usage in relation with automotive standards and what is a good PUF for an automotive chipset.
The webinar gives 5 key major takeaways: