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Detecting and analyzing side-channel vulnerabilities with TVLA

Bart Stevens, the senior director of sales for the EMEA region in Rambus' Security Division and Gary Kenworthy, a senior principal engineer in Rambus' Security Division, recently penned an article for Semiconductor Engineering that discusses [...]

Protecting electronic systems from side-channel attacks

During the early days of safecracking, rudimentary rotary locks were compromised by feel or sound to determine the correct combination. Following in this tradition, cyber criminals and other malicious actors are now exploiting side-channel attacks [...]

Memory buffer chips: The Amdahl-Moore’s Law connection

John Eble, a senior director of technical product marketing at Rambus, recently penned an article for Semiconductor Engineering about memory buffer chips. As Eble notes, Moore’s Law, which observes that available transistors in an integrated [...]

10/7nm: Transient power issues and side-channel attacks

Semiconductor Engineering’s Ann Steffora Mutschler has written an in-depth article that explores the issue of transient power at 10/7nm. According to Mutschler, transient power adds yet another level of complexity for design teams already wrestling [...]

Creating and cracking secure ciphers

Steven Woo, VP of Solutions Marketing at Rambus, recently sat down with Ernest Worthman of Semiconductor Engineering to discuss the concept of secure ciphers. “One of the key challenges is how to develop a cipher [...]

Microsemi FPGAs awarded Rambus Cryptography Research DPA logo certification

Microsemi Corporation recently announced that its SmartFusion®2 system-on-chip (SoC) field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and IGLOO®2 FPGAs successfully passed certification for resistance to differential power analysis (DPA) within the context of the DPA Countermeasure Validation [...]