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DRAM’s Persistent Threat To Chip Security

Rowhammer attack on memory could create significant issues for systems; possible solution emerges.

Longer Chip Lifecycles Increase Security Threat

Updates can change everything, whether it's a system or something connected to that system.

Bridging The Gap Between Smart Cities And Autonomous Vehi...

Communication, security, and power issues still need to be solved, but there is progress.

Edge-Inference Architectures Proliferate

What makes one AI system better than another depends on a lot of different factors, including some that aren't entirely clear.

Startup Funding: January 2021

$5.4B for 29 companies; autonomous and electric vehicles start the year strong.

Hard-To-Hire Engineering Jobs

The crunch to find skilled engineers goes fully global.

Car Industry Changing Under The Hood

Auto electronics are becoming more centralized, connected, and complex, and the entire supply chain is realigning around those shifts.

Managing Device Certificates Is Becoming Harder

As billions of new devices are connected to the Internet, simple approaches no longer work.

Electronics Supply-Chain Trust Standards Emerge

Fragmentation is still rampant, but there are signs of progress.

CEO Outlook: 2021

The semiconductor industry will look and behave differently this year, and not just because of the pandemic.

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Round Tables

Why It’s So Hard To Stop Cyber Attacks On ICs

Experts at the Table: Any chip can be reverse-engineered, so what can be done to minimize the damage?

Security Gaps In Open Source Hardware And AI

Experts at the Table: Why AI systems are so difficult to secure, and what strategies are being deployed to change that.

Disaggregation And Smarter Chips Shift Liability For Secu...

Chiplets and more data storage in hardware are making security a first-order problem for chipmakers and IP companies.

Dealing With Security Holes In Chips

Challenges range from constant security updates to expected lifetimes that last beyond the companies that made them.

Security Tradeoffs In Chips And AI Systems

Experts at the Table: How security affects power and performance, why AI systems are so difficult to secure, and why privacy is a growing considera...

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Multimedia

Security In FPGAs And SoCs

How to make it more difficult for cyber criminals.

Securing ICs With Information Flow Analysis

Tracking how data moves is essential for secure designs.

IP Safe Enough To Use In Cars

A look at the different ASIL levels in safety-critical design.

Faster Inferencing At The Edge

Balancing better performance through hardware-software co-design with flexibility in design.

AI Inference Acceleration

Understanding what’s important for making tradeoffs.

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