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Upcoming PUF Cafe Episode 

 

Title: Ensuring your System’s Security by Protecting your PUF

Presenter: Jason Oberg, CTO and Co-founder of Cycuity

When: Wednesday September 14th 2022, 9am PDT / 18:00h CET

Since PUFs are based on the unique physical characteristics of a semiconductor device, it is significantly more difficult for an adversary to recreate a digital ID or key derived from them. However, that does not mean systems with a PUF require no further security measures to protect these IDs and keys after they have been derived. It is fundamental to understand any potential design weakness of the system that uses a PUF, to safeguard that the IDs and keys are used in a secure way.

In this PUF Cafe Episode, Jason Oberg, CTO and Co-founder of Cycuity, will discuss some of the common PUF use cases and some of the implementation mistakes that should be avoided when building systems around them. He will also share how using techniques based on information flow can be extremely effective at identifying weaknesses early in the design process to prevent vulnerabilities.

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What is PUF Cafe News?

PUF Cafe News is a video series where – in only a few minutes – we will provide you with an overview of the PUF technology articles and news items that caught our attention in the past weeks. With a finger on the pulse of the latest PUF technology developments we want to show you the great progress the technology has made and just how broad the market adoption of PUF technology really is.

First episode (November/December 2021): Samsung, Rambus, DARPA, NIST, and much more…

Second episode (January/February 2022): NXP, Silicon Labs, GSA, and much more…

Third episode (March-June 2022): Intel, Microchip, QuickLogic, OpenTitan, and much more…

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