SAN FRANCISCO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — November 18, 2015 — Rambus Inc.:
|Who:||Rambus Cryptography Research and Riverside Research|
|2640 Hibiscus Rd.|
|Beavercreek, Ohio 45431|
|When:||November 18-19, 2015|
Rambus Cryptography Research and Riverside Research will co-host a two-day workshop on identifying and preventing advanced security threats. The workshop, designed for developers and architects of hardware and software security products for defense and government industries, will cover side-channel analysis, including Simple Power Analysis (SPA), Differential Power Analysis (DPA), and their electromagnetic analysis counterparts, SEMA and DEMA.
Participants will perform hands-on exercises to recover AES and RSA private keys. In addition, live demos of side-channel attacks and analysis will be performed on a mobile phone, ECC device, and FPGA platform by using the Rambus Cryptography Research DPA Workstation™. Other lecture topics include DPA countermeasures and testing for side-channel analysis vulnerabilities.
Technologists designing and testing tamper resistant systems for government and defense applications, mobile devices, financial systems, pay television, mass transit, secure ID, and secure storage media are encouraged to attend this workshop. Additional details can be found here.
About Cryptography Research
The Rambus Cryptography Research division is dedicated to providing a
secure foundation for a connected world. Our innovative technologies
span areas including tamper resistance, content and media protection,
network security, and secure payment and transaction services. These
technologies protect nearly nine billion licensed products annually,
providing secure access to data and creating invaluable trust between
our customers and their customer base. Additional information is