Six Top Rambus IP Core Training Sessions Slated for DesignCon 2019
Some of the top Rambus technical experts will hold forth at DesignCon 2019 in a
Micron Taps CryptoManager Platform for Secure Provisioning To Authenta Technology
The latest news coming out of the security world is the link up of Micron’s
Rambus Highlights CryptoManager Root of Trust At RISC V Summit – 2018
We will be showcasing our CryptoManager Root of Trust at the RISC-V Summit on December 3-6,2018, at
A Potential Measure against Side Channel Attacks with DPASL
With the proliferation of connected devices and the sensitive data they produce comes a significant
How Semiconductors are Still Relevant in an Increasingly Digitized Age
On November 27th, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing, Sales and Support, Mike Noonen, will
Crypto, commerce and a competitive edge – what we learnt at Money 20/20
The financial technology sector converged on Las Vegas for Money 20/20 last week, bringing together
Rambus Donates To California Wildfire Victims
Firefighters are battling three major California wildfires. One is in Northern California in Butte County;
Best-in-class Security Testing Platform for Side-channel Analysis by Rambus and Riscure
Today, on October 16th, 2018, Rambus has announced the collaboration with Riscure, a global security
Matters of Import: The Ransomware Attack on San Diego and Barcelona
Our world is growing increasingly connected, and while most people have reaped the benefits of
Don’t Tread on Me: Smart Cities and Private Information
People are living in an age with an unprecedented level of access to all kinds of information. Users of social media and networks can contact their far away friends in real time, and have access to events right as they develop. Such technology was the stuff of dreams, only imagined in science fiction stories in the late 20th century. Yet, the unprecedented access to citizens’ private information is something only imagined in George Orwell’s 1984 as well.
Californian Legislation and IoT
State Senator Jackson’s S.B. 327 and Assemblywoman Irwin’s A.B. 1906 have both passed the California State Senate and State Assembly, respectively, and are on Governor Brown’s desk awaiting a signature or a veto by the end of September, 2018.
No Need to Reinvent the Wheel: How Easy It Is to Build with RISC-V
The single software ecosystem built on the RISC-V standard allows for OEMs to bypass having to lock into a specific processer ecosystem. When an OEM chooses a particular processor type, it not only has to pay for that particular processor, but it has to continue to purchase from whichever company it purchased it processor from, leading to a market where profits are not driven by competition
A Foreshadowing of Another Exploit: The Appearance of the Foreshadow Attack
Dubbed “Foreshadow,” this speculative execution attack allows an attacker to steal sensitive information stored inside personal computers or third-party clouds. There are two versions: the original attack designed to extract data from Software Guard Extensions (SGX) enclaves and a next-generation version that affects virtual machines (VM), hypervisors, operating system kernel memory, and System Management Mode (SMM) memory. SGX is a new feature in modern CPUs which allows computers to protect users’ data, even if the entire system falls under the attacker’s control.
Hack the Vote: The Simulation of Vote Hacking at DEF CON
At the second annual DEF CON Voting Village, a part of the convention that seeks to exploit voting machines to better understand vulnerabilities, an 11-year old boy managed to hack into a replica of the Florida state election website, making it appear that 2016 independent presidential candidate Darrell Castle won the state.
Memory Does not Come Cheap…. Or Does It?
In the age of cryptocurrency mining and with demand for memory getting higher, it is getting harder to find more affordable memory. Yet, there is a belief that RAM and graphics cards prices may be cheaper by about 25% in 2019.
Lowering Risks with RISC-V
Reduced Instruction Set Computing Five (RISC-V) is an open Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) designed with small, fast, and low-power real-world implementations in mind. It describes the way in which software talks to an underlying processor
A Rise in IoT Spending: Bain and Company’s Findings
According to a new report published by Bain and Company, the combined markets of the
The Future of Semiconductors
Last updated on: December 11, 2019 What’s the future of semiconductor industry? In an age
GSMA’s Guidelines and Assessment for IoT Security
A group of wireless carriers worldwide announced in late June that they would adopt and
Data Breaches in Retail over the Last Two Years
Depending on the person doing the shopping, it can be either a relaxing or a
Innovator of the Future: a Scholarship from Rambus
The Rambus “Innovator of the Future” Scholarship seeks to broaden the educational opportunities of students who, by virtue of their academic and extracurricular achievement, demonstrate a passion for science and technology that extends beyond the classroom. The winners must possess strong leadership and communication skills and the desire to positively impact society through innovation in science and technology.