|Believe the Hype - Make Securing Your SoC a Proactive Affair|
Web event: Believe the Hype - Make Securing Your SoC a Proactive Affair
Date: January 29, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM PST
Duration: 60 Minutes
High profile security breaches have become commonplace, even within embedded designs. Despite the cybersecurity hype, lack of knowledge, and perceived cost and complexity of implementing security solutions force many designers to reduce or eliminate these features from their SoCs, making these devices vulnerable to a wide range of attacks from injected malware, privilege level tampering, and sniffing sensitive communications data to more complex side channel attacks such as differential power analysis. Synopsys’ complete security subsystem solution combines critical hardware and software elements to reduce complexity and mitigate security knowledge roadblocks. This end-to-end security solution protects against malware, device tampering and exploitation of communication protocols targeting high value applications such as integrated SIM, mobile payment, smart energy and automotive telematics.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Common security threats that concern SoC developers and how to protect against them
- Types of trusted execution environments (TEE) and typical SoC security implementations
- Critical building blocks required for securing SoCs
- A complete processor based subsystem solution to protect against evolving threats
Product Manager for ARC Processors and Subsystems, Synopsys
Rich Collins is the product marketing manager for IP subsystems at Synopsys. In this role, he is responsible for developing strategies and positioning for market penetration and growth of ARC processors and ARC-based subsystems within the DesignWare IP portfolio.
Rich is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in embedded semiconductor R&D, product marketing and business development. Before joining Synopsys, he spent 17 years at Motorola/Freescale, where he held several technical and managerial roles within CPU, IP and SoC design and marketing teams across the company. Rich holds an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business as well as a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Duke University, where he also majored in Computer Science and Spanish.