Cisco today announced new capabilities across its security portfolio so teams can be more productive and protected wherever they are working from. Unveiled at Cisco’s annual Partner Summit conference, the news demonstrates continued progress towards the strategic vision of the Cisco Security Cloud that will protect the integrity of an organization’s entire IT ecosystem.More RSS Feeds: https://newsroom.cisco.com/c/r/newsroom/en/us/rss-feeds.html
Seamless Integration between Intrinsic ID PUF and Synopsys tRoot HSM Security IP Solutions Provide Strong Device-Level Protection SUNNYVALE, Calif., Sept 6, 2022 – Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) security IP today announced a renewed collaboration with Synopsys, Inc. to provide pre-verified PUF and hardware secure module (HSM) security solutions that protect connected devices against advanced security threats. The Synopsys tRoot HSM IP now offers easy integration with Intrinsic ID QuiddiKey® hardware IP implementing SRAM PUF, enabling designers with little security experience to quickly add system and data protection features to their SoC designs. Additionally, Intrinsic ID CEO Pim Tuyls will be speaking Read More
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Today, Cisco kicked off Cisco LIVE 2022, the premiere networking and security event that brings together the Cisco community to showcase innovations, inspiration, and networking.More RSS Feeds: https://newsroom.cisco.com/c/r/newsroom/en/us/rss-feeds.html
Cisco and Ford CEOs to Discuss the Role of Technology in Transforming the Automotive Industry and How People Use Their Vehicles
At Cisco Live, Cisco’s annual networking and security event, Cisco Chair and CEO Chuck Robbins and Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jim Farley will talk about these changes and the role digital transformation will play in the future of the automotive industry. Watch live on the Cisco Newsroom June 14th 2022 at 8:30 AM Pacific. More RSS Feeds: https://newsroom.cisco.com/c/r/newsroom/en/us/rss-feeds.html
Intrinsic ID Announces Embedded SRAM PUF Security IP for Military-Grade IP protection in Intel FPGAs
“QuiddiKey for Intel FPGAs” Makes Intrinsic ID’s PUF Technology Part of the Security Infrastructure of Intel FPGAs Ensuring Additional IP Protection; Intrinsic ID to Showcase its IP at Intel Federal Summit 2022. SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 8, 2022 – Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) security IP today announced the immediate availability of its SRAM PUF-based hardware IP “QuiddiKey® for Intel FPGAs”. QuiddiKey for Intel FPGAs is device-level security IP that comes pre-integrated as part of the security infrastructure of several Intel FPGA families. It creates a more secure platform by providing access to Intrinsic ID’s SRAM PUF Read More
Cisco unveiled its vision to unify networking and security solutions in the Cisco Security Cloud, the most comprehensive and open cloud platform More RSS Feeds: https://newsroom.cisco.com/c/r/newsroom/en/us/rss-feeds.html
Intrinsic ID to Attend Multiple Industry Events in June Addressing Increasing Need for Device-Level Security
The cost and stakes of security breaches has risen substantially in the last few years; Gartner predicts that the financial impact of Cyber Physical Security attacks will exceed $50 billion by 2023. SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 31, 2022 – Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) technology for security and authentication will be participating at three key industry events happening in June, underscoring the elevated need for device-level security for embedded systems and the Internet of Things. Market analyst firm, Gartner, predicts a substantial rise in security incidents in operational technology and cyber physical systems with costs to exceed $50 billion Read More