Die-To-Die Security

Cyberattack surface widens with heterogeneous integration, and those attacks become more lucrative.


Security concerns are growing as more chiplets or die are added into a package. There are more possible attack points, and data is becoming increasingly valuable, which makes a successful attack much more lucrative than in the past. Mike Borza, Synopsys scientist, talks about the impact of heterogeneous integration on security, what the risks are for multi-tenant data centers, and what happens as the expected lifespan of chips increases in mission-critical and safety-critical markets.

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