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Why Chip Security Should Be The Top Priority For Every System Developer

Sambit
Sambit Sengupta, Associate Director, SPM & FAE, Avnet India

In this data-centric world, the value of data is enormous it can be considered the currency of a new world order. There are various entry points to this ubiquitous entity known as ‘data’. The first gate is the chip and then it flows through various interconnect and software to the network or cloud. With multiple cyberattacks taking place each day, system developers are under immense pressure to prevent security breaches that could compromise valuable data. This in turn puts further strain on existing supply chains and cybersecurity stakeholders. Can we strengthen security at the entry points? While the answer is a resounding ‘yes’, we need to access the risks and benefits.

Chip level security is mandatory in the emerging end users/applications market that uses connected chips (mainly for edge computing) and artificial intelligence. However following Moore’s law, feature scaling and advanced nodes have made it very complicated to protect data on a chip. It becomes a challenge to implement complex security-based architecture inside the chip while doing optimum tradeoff between power, performance and utility of the chip.

Let us try to examine some visible and hidden factors affecting chip security.


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