Due to growing security concerns and real hardware vulnerabilities in the IoT, Automotive, Datacenter, and Aerospace/Defense markets, today’s defensive security stack must now include hardware to ensure secure electronic products. Many companies are tackling this by building a proactive security program as part of the hardware and semiconductor design process to detect weaknesses early in the design lifecycle.
This panel will discuss the importance of addressing these pre-silicon security weaknesses and share insights and best practices on building a security program to cover the entire development lifecycle from block to system level, including software.
This session will help attendees:
Understand where hardware security vulnerabilities may occur
Identify gaps in their current efforts to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities
Learn key steps to implementing a systematic approach to improve hardware security assurance during pre-silicon development
Dr. Jason Oberg is a co-founder and CTO of Tortuga Logic, He is responsible for the company’s technology and strategic positioning. Dr. Oberg works closely with Tortuga Logic’s executive team, engineering teams, and customers to drive the company’s next generation hardware security products. He received his B.S. in Computer Engineering from UC Santa Barbara and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC San Diego.