Creating Comprehensive And Verifiable Hardware Security Requirements

Developing effective hardware security requirements is one of the trickiest aspects of building trustworthy electronic products. Even highly skilled and experienced teams don’t always get it right. Why? First, it’s very difficult to anticipate every security risk – much less cover every possible scenario with a specific security requirement. Instead, hardware security requirements o... » read more

A Security Maturity Model For Hardware Development

With systems only growing more sophisticated, the potential for new semiconductor vulnerabilities continues to rise. Consumers and hardware partners are counting on organizations meeting their due diligence obligations to ensure security sensitive design assets are secure when products are shipped. This is an iterative process, so a security maturity model is a critical element in getting it ri... » read more