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Time to Think About the How and Where of Cryptography

www.electronicdesign.com, Jun. 19, 2020 – 

Threats from various sources relentlessly attack all our connected systems. Connected systems don't necessarily mean those connected to the internet. It could also include a pulse oximeter connected to a patient in a hospital environment or a printer cartridge connected to a printer. The current plethora of Internet of Things (IoT) devices like thermostats and refrigerators are also susceptible to hacking. Let's look at a few of these threats and learn how to protect your devices and see what kind of planning you need to do.


Two kind of threats face developers today: threats to systems and threats to security ICs.

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