BSIMM14 Report: Application Security Automation Soars
Security vulnerabilities may be introduced during implementation of SoC hardware at the block or subsystem level, or during system integration when the full SoC is configured with system firmware and software. The goals of a secure architecture are not met if it is misused or misconfigured during RTL development or firmware configuration, however current approaches either do not or cannot detect the presence of misconfiguration, or the consequences. Independent block, subsystem, or software testing leaves gaps in security validation and cannot always ensure that security requirements are met. This presentation will discuss the growing importance of analyzing security vulnerabilities pre-silicon and how to leverage rigorous methodology combined with technology to provide increased security assurance to achieve pre-silicon security signoff.
Brian Walsh is Director of Sales at Cycuity, currently focused on managing the Military and Aerospace sectors. Brian has over 20 years of experience in Electronic Design Automation, having worked previously at Synopsys, Atrenta and most recently Siemens, where he was responsible for their Analog Mixed Signal business (Tanner) in the Central and Eastern Regions of North America. He joined Cycuity in early 2020 to continuing growing sales in same geographies, while also helping the company expand into Europe. Brian received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maine.
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