Protect IoT Designs with PUF Circuitry

January 2, 2018 Circuit Cellar Staff

As IoT designs proliferate, security is lagging. Hardware-based security using physically unclonable function (PUF) circuitry strongly protects connected products against invasive attacks. A cryptographic key is generated only when needed and isn’t stored on the secure IC. Even probing the … Continue reading

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