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Security Starts With A Threat Assessment


Developing the security architecture for an electronic device begins with building a threat model wherein we ask these questions: What is the operational environment in which the device needs to function? What type of attacks can be identified? What level of access does a potential attacker have to the device? What possible attack paths can an attacker exploit? What resources (... » read more

Architecting Hardware Protection For Data At Rest And In Motion


Planning the security architecture for any device begins with the threat model. The threat model describes the types of attacks that the device or application may face and needs to be protected against. It is based on what attackers can do, what level of control they have over the product (i.e., remote or direct access), and how much effort and money they are willing and able to spend on an att... » read more