Menta and Secure-IC look to optimise embedded cybersecurityThe higher integration reduces footprint, while the enhanced programmability allows customers to update silicon post-production, whether to fix a bug, implement customer-specific features, adapt to evolving standards. The platform also supports tunability in the countermeasures level of strength (against Side Channel attacks, fault injection attacks, etc.),. The agreement will see the companies deliver Menta eFPGAs incorporating cryptographic IP (AES, RSA, etc) from Secure-IC. Menta and Secure-IC look to optimise embedded cybersecurity Secure-IC and Menta have announced a partnership to optimise embedded cybersecurity in next-generation SoCs. Customers will also benefit from the use of Menta eFPGA in the Secure-IC Securyzr, which provides a secure environment for re-programming and updates. Menta provides standard cell eFPGA IP for SoC, ASIC or ASSP designs, targeting any production node at any foundry. Security is fast becoming a major defining feature of SoCs used in a variety of applications,” said Sylvain Guilley CTO at Secure-IC.
Article from New Electronics.