Taking eFPGA Security To The Next Level

What if you could encrypt your eFPGA configuration data with a device-unique key that is not known to anyone (not even you)?


Security is an important topic for every SOC, but it’s especially salient in the context of high-risk assets included in the eFPGA for obfuscation. Whether the device is used in defense systems or in cars driving around town, encryption is important so the device remains secure and can’t be modified maliciously, whether through physical attacks or remote hacking. There are several different established ways to secure eFPGA content, each with its own tradeoffs. Now there is a new and better way to take encryption of the eFPGA content to the next level.

By Ralph Grundler, Flex Logix Technologies, Inc. and Vincent van der Leest, Intrinsic ID B.V.

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