close By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Detailed information on the use of cookies on this website can be obtained on OneSpin's Privacy Policy. At this point you may also object to the use of cookies and adjust the browser settings accordingly.

Chip Security Needs A New Language

By Sven Beyer and Sergio Marchese, OneSpin Solutions

SystemVerilog assertions can nicely capture many hardware requirements. However, more is needed for security verification.

Safety- and security-critical systems, such as connected autonomous vehicles, require high-integrity integrated circuits (ICs). Functional correctness and safety are necessary to establish IC integrity, but not sufficient. Security is another critical pillar of IC integrity. Systems and products using ICs with security vulnerabilities ultimately undermine the safety and privacy of people. However, hardware security is still in its infancy.


Related Links