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Hardware Security Attacks - Clear and Present Danger

Hardware Security Attacks - Clear and Present Danger

Discover various challenges in the design and verification of silicon security now! You will learn what FortifyIQ can offer you to resolve these challenges and save you costs in time and security design.

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Global Cryptographic Keys in the IoT World and the Threats They Present

Global Cryptographic Keys in the IoT World and the Threats They Present

FortifyIQ offers a suite of software tools for chip designers and system integrators, allowing them to select ICs and design their own side-channel attack-resistant cryptographic IP cores—all without having to produce chips in silicon or as FPGAs.

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How to Steal a Global Company’s Business by Breaking Into Just One of Their Devices

How to Steal a Global Company’s Business by Breaking Into Just One of Their Devices

Discover a new approach to developing protection for smart cards against Differential Power Analysis (DPA) attacks, allowing manufacturers to cut protection costs and save time during development.

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Hardware Security Attacks - Clear and Present Danger

Hardware Security Attacks - Clear and Present Danger

Discover various challenges in the design and verification of silicon security now! You will learn what FortifyIQ can offer you to resolve these challenges and save you costs in time and security design.

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FortifyIQ Products and Technology Overview

FortifyIQ Products and Technology Overview

Get a brief overview of hardware security, as well as an explanation for why pre-silicon verification of a security design against certain types of threats is a big challenge. Watch the video to learn more!

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FortifyIQ SideChannel Studio Analysis Results

FortifyIQ SideChannel Studio Analysis Results

Learn how SideChannel Studio helps you find the source of side-channel leakage through a series of explanatory screenshots. Watch this detailed video now!

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FortifyIQ FaultInjection Studio Introduction

FortifyIQ FaultInjection Studio Introduction

Explore a sample output of the differential fault attack on an unprotected implementation of the AES encryption algorithm. Watch the video to learn more!

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FortifyIQ Protected IP Introduction

FortifyIQ Protected IP Introduction

Get a deep dive into the world of FortifyIQ’s protected IP cores and ultra-high bandwidth engines based on these IP cores. Learn all about the different core configurations and much more in this introductory video.

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How fast is the FortifyIQ hardware verification solution?

How fast is the FortifyIQ hardware verification solution?

Distributed processing with ScopeIQ, which can be easily integrated into your verification toolchain, enables you to simultaneously work on multiple sets of distinct input data—dramatically accelerating your verification cycle.

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How do you verify that your design is protected against side-channel and fault injection attacks?

How do you verify that your design is protected against side-channel and fault injection attacks?

Run your verification testing in the pre-silicon stage by leveraging the power of simulation—to accelerate your entire cycle while bypassing physical verification labs.

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Does FortifyIQ support security verification standards?

Does FortifyIQ support security verification standards?

Gain a comprehensive understanding of today’s security verification standards and learn how FortifyIQ helps you ensure that your devices are protected.

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What are the data requirements for FaultInjection Studio?

What are the data requirements for FaultInjection Studio?

In FaultInjection Studio, every attack type requires a pair of attack plugins—one for FastIQ and one for FireIQ. Fortunately, a library of such pairs of attack plugins is included in the Faultinjection Studio. Watch the video to learn more!

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What are the data requirements for SideChannel Studio?

What are the data requirements for SideChannel Studio?

In SideChannel Studio, there’s a special purpose side-channel simulator that is optimized for performance called ScopeIQ. In this video, you will discover that it receives 3 major inputs: the gate level netlist, the target cell library, and a very simple test bench.

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What is Test Vector Leakage Assessment?

What is Test Vector Leakage Assessment?

Get a comprehensive understanding of the testing methodology adopted by NIST as their new certification standard, FIPS 140-3. Watch the video now!

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What products and services does FortifyIQ offer?

What products and services does FortifyIQ offer?

Discover more about FortifyIQ’s two studios for pre-silicon verification – SideChannel Studio and FaultInjection Studio. This video will also help you understand the different services offered, such as security reviews and design for security.

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Design Side-Channel Attack Vulnerability Out of Your Hardware

Design Side-Channel Attack Vulnerability Out of Your Hardware

SideChannel Studio is a software tool which simulates side-channel attacks in a hardware device, using standard design data formats as inputs, and analyzes the simulation’s results.

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Remove Fault Injection Attack Vulnerability

Remove Fault Injection Attack Vulnerability

FaultInjection Studio is a unique pre-silicon simulation and analysis solution which checks the robustness of your device’s design to FIA using standard design data formats as inputs and analyzing the simulated results.

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FortiCrypt AES Core

FortiCrypt AES Core

The FortiCrypt AES Core is designed to provide the strongest protection against side-channel attacks (SCA) and fault injection attacks (FIA) in the market.

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Side-Channel and Fault Injection Attack Protected Ultra High Performance AES XTS Engine

Side-Channel and Fault Injection Attack Protected Ultra High Performance AES XTS Engine

The FortifyIQ AES XTS Engine is designed to provide ultra-high performance (up to 200 Gbps) along with the strongest protection against side-channel and fault injection attacks in the market.

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Side-Channel and Fault Injection Attack Protected Ultra High Performance AES GCM Engine

Side-Channel and Fault Injection Attack Protected Ultra High Performance AES GCM Engine

The FortifyIQ AES GCM Engine is designed to provide ultra-high performance (up to 200 Gbps) along with the strongest protection against side-channel and fault injection attacks in the market.

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Whitepapers

How to Steal a Global Company’s Business by Breaking Into Just One of Their Devices

How to Steal a Global Company’s Business by Breaking Into Just One of Their Devices

Discover a new approach to developing protection for smart cards against Differential Power Analysis (DPA) attacks, allowing manufacturers to cut protection costs and save time during development.

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How to Gain Unauthorized Entry, Make Unauthorized Purchases, and Get Free Rides

How to Gain Unauthorized Entry, Make Unauthorized Purchases, and Get Free Rides

Discover a new approach to developing protection for smart cards against DEMA attacks, allowing manufacturers to cut protection costs and save time during development.

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The Hardware Security Dilemma

The Hardware Security Dilemma

FortifyIQ offers a complete suite of solutions for DPA, SPA and FI detection, analysis, and recommendations for protecting your microchips and products from successful DPA and FI attacks.

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Global Cryptographic Keys in the IoT World and the Threats They Present

Global Cryptographic Keys in the IoT World and the Threats They Present

FortifyIQ offers a suite of software tools for chip designers and system integrators, allowing them to select ICs and design their own side-channel attack-resistant cryptographic IP cores—all without having to produce chips in silicon or as FPGAs.

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