Data security is not just critical at the network level, it is also paramount at the circuit level – particularly when being considered with applications such as smart cards or smartphones.
The Chaologix engineering team has completed the design and development of the very first commercial-grade circuit to employ ChaoSecure℠ for improved side channel security.
The advent of Internet-connected devices, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), offers myriad opportunities and significant risks. The pervasive collection and sharing of data by IoT devices constitutes the core value proposition for most IoT applications.
This is the age where technology is expected to do more, faster, anonymously, and often invisibly. And it’s supposed to use less power, with smaller footprints, unobtrusively and intuitively. And all that needs to be protected with cryptography. That’s the goal, at least
Differential power analysis (DPA) has been a threat vector on the chip landscape for a number of years. It was discovered around the mid 1990s by the teams at Rambus’ Cryptography Research Division, and turned out to be a very effective tool for compromising the ubiquitous SIM card environment.
We all know that sub-10nm is coming. But is that really what will define the next generation of semiconductors? Progress in semiconductor technology increasingly is not just about advancements in the hardware. It also involves advancements in applications and technologies peripheral to the devices themselves.
One of the benefits touted by IoE proponents is that smart cities will improve the quality of life and make cities more “livable.” The concept is appealing, and if it comes to pass as visionaries hope, the smart city of the future will be a virtual cornucopia of convenience and efficiency.
Security threats—both real and potential—are beginning to reshape the semiconductor business. These threats are drawing venture capitalists back into the industry as they race for the next big opportunity.
ChaoLogix’s mission is to enable semiconductor manufacturers to produce integrated circuits (ICs) with maximum security safe from malicious side channel attacks at ultra-low levels of power.