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TI on embedded SoC security

Where to Start with Embedded Processor Security
July 17th, 2017
By Amrit Mundra, Texas Instruments
The world runs on data, and every bit or byte is a potential target for attack. At the same time, both software and hardware systems are becoming much more complex, connected, and interdependent. And with complexity comes vulnerabilities. The billions or trillions of lines of code and interrelated hardware modules, subsystems, and partitions—all crammed on tiny slices of silicon—are a hacker’s delight.[…]

Figure 1: Security pyramid

 

 

http://eecatalog.com/chipdesign/2017/07/17/where-to-start-with-embedded-processor-security/

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