Mike Borza, Synopsys Scientist
Designing secure hardware that stays secure is hard. Designing it to fit well into modern high volume semiconductor manufacturing flows is harder. Integrated microelectronics is at the pinnacle of manufacturing technology. That technology has been perfected to produce billions of identical copies of the same product, with high reliability and low cost. This is done in a global environment in which state-of-the-art suppliers may mot always be completely trusted. What is hard in this environment is establishing and maintaining trust between the manufacturing components and the integrated circuits as devices are individualized, provisioned and certified. This webinar will delve into some of the issues that arise and some solutions.
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Participants in this webinar should gain an understanding of some of the challenges and solution approaches to developing secure IC products for volume manufacturing.
Practicing design engineers and design managers, graduate and senior undergraduate students of hardware security and integrated circuit design are the intended audience for this presentation.
Mike Borza is Principal Security Technologist at Synopsys, Inc. He has more than 25 years of leadership and technology experience in security and safety critical systems engineering. In 2002, he founded and was CTO of Elliptic Technologies, acquired by Synopsys in 2015. His previous experience includes Chrysalis-ITS (now Thales/Gemalto), Ankari (now part of HID Global), and Alcatel Transport Automation (now Thales Transport). He holds more than 20 US patents. He has been an active contributor to the security task group of IEEE 802.1, and was an editor of the 802.1 AR secure device identifier standard. He was a founder member of the prpl Foundation and co-chair of its security engineering group, and co-chaired the EEMBC IoT security benchmark working group. He is currently vice-chair of the Accellera IP Security Assurance working group.
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