TUESDAY June 20, 3:30pm - 5:00pm | Ballroom E
TOPIC AREA: IOT, SECURITY
KEYWORD: SOC & EMBEDDED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES, GENERAL INTEREST, CODESIGN & SYSTEM DESIGN
EVENT TYPE: INVITED PRESENTATIONS

SESSION 32
Chip Security: Threats, Solutions, and Economics
Chair:
Saverio Fazzari - Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., Arlington, VA
Security is quickly becoming a prominent design constraint in all chip segments, leading to much work in developing best practices and new technologies for its enablement. In this session, the implications of design security are explored, including modern threats and state-of-the-art solutions for today’s chip designs. Additionally, the business implications of security are explored, both in terms of how new solutions can reduce the cost of implementing security, as well as how security can increase chip value

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32.1Balancing Security, Cost and Scale in IoT Security Solutions
 Speaker: Denis Pochuev - Rambus Security Division, San Francisco, CA
 Authors: Denis Pochuev - Rambus Security Division, San Francisco, CA
Asaf Ashkenazi - Rambus Security Division, San Francisco, CA
32.2Leveraging Security to Increase the Value of Your Chips in the Supply Chain and the Field
 Speaker: Tom Katsioulas - Mentor, A Siemens Business, Portland, OR
 Author: Tom Katsioulas - Mentor, A Siemens Business, Portland, OR
32.3Verifying Security Properties at the Hardware/Software Boundary
 Speaker: Jason Oberg - Tortuga Logic, San Diego, CA
 Author: Jason Oberg - Tortuga Logic, San Diego, CA