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The Birth of Chip-Level Security

Electronics 360 | Tom Kevan A little-known technology called physical unclonable functions (PUFs) stands poised to change the fundamental nature of security processes like authentication and cryptographic key generation.

Intrinsic PUF to support blockchain security

EE Times Europe | By Graham Prophet Embedded hardware security company Intrinsic-ID BV (Sunnyvale, Calif.) has agreed to combine its SRAM-based Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) technology with Keyless Signature Infrastructure (KSI) blockchain technology from GuardTime (Tallinn, Estonia). The companies claim…

Celebrating Future and Emerging Technologies

Digital Single Market | By Thomas Skordas The Future and Emerging Technology Programme proves once more its value in stimulating farsighted research as INTRINSIC-ID, one of its former participant, wins the Innovation Radar Prize. In 2015, the European Commission launched…

28,000 votes send 16 innovators to Innovation Radar Finale

Digital Single Market | By Gerard De Graaf Intrinsic ID is among the final 16 companies that will compete in the Innovation Radar Prize final. From every corner of Europe, these SMEs, university teams, spinoffs and start-ups are delivering digital breakthroughs with potential to…

Hardware Based Security

Chip Design Magazine | Gabe Moretti, Senior Editor If there is one thing that is obvious about the IoT market it is that security is essential. IoT applications will be, if they are not already, invasive to the life of their…

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