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Simplifying Automotive Cybersecurity Compliance

As automobile design increases in the complexity of its digital components, the resulting expanded attack surfaces mean that increasingy strong cybersecurity measures will be required if automotive components and systems are to work as intended. Naturally, this has given rise to increasing compliance requirements, with new regulations defining measures required […]

Capture Effective Hardware Security Requirements in 3 Steps

As hardware vulnerabilities continue to rise, it’s increasingly crucial for those developing semiconductors to reduce consumer and business risk by establishing comprehensive security programs. These should include a systematic process for developing security requirements, verifying them at scale throughout the design process, and producing final documentation for security sign-off before […]

Radix Automated Security Verification

Cycuity’s Radix technology adds systematic hardware vulnerability detection and prevention to existing ASIC, SoC, and FPGA verification methodologies using its comprehensive information flow analysi/s technology. By bringing more precise and more systematic security practices to every step of the development process, Radix helps security and verification teams identify and isolate […]

Security Verification with Radix

The attack surface of a semiconductor-based product evolves in unpredictable ways as design and development advance from block to system level. Creating comprehensive security requirements is an essential first step. But manual, point-in-time requirements verification is not practical with sophisticated products manufactured in collaboration with multiple supply chain partners. The […]

Security Signoff with Radix

One of the most challenging tasks that semiconductor product stakeholders have is making informed decisions about when a design is ready to receive security signoff. Leaders are often forced to decide when a product can proceed to tape-out and chip manufacturing based on incomplete or outdated information – all while […]

The New Rules of Hardware Security

Now that semiconductors play a central and fast-expanding role in many aspects of everyday life, chip manufacturers face a growing collection of new pressures, including: Increasing design complexity More demanding security requirements from customers New security standards and regulatory requirements Increasingly sophisticated threat actors These challenges are exacerbated by the […]

Requirements Definition with Radix

Most companies developing semiconductors – or products that incorporate them – have existing hardware security practices in place. But the security requirements that these activities are based on often have two key limitations: They focus disproportionately on known risks and fail to account for the unexpected. They aren’t easily verifiable […]