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2016 marked the start of eshard’s training season. We kicked off Q1 with three training sessions on TEE TrustZone security. TrustZone is a ARM system-wide approach to security that is used on billions of chips to protect valuable services and devices, including smartphones. Close to 25 people joined us in three different sessions to understand the technology behind […]
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eshard has proudly launched ‘esDynamic’, a tool that can analyse the security of mobile applications. This completely software-based solution provides high flexibility and a cheap and fast way to evaluate implementations against a wide range of attacks such as side-channel attacks, single and multiple fault injections and even combined attacks. esDynamic is designed to support […]
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We’re proud to announce we will be present at the 18th Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems 2016. CHES 2016 will take place Santa Barbara, CA, USA, from Wednesday, August 17th – Friday, August 19th, 2016. The annual CHES conference highlights new results in the design and analysis of cryptographic hardware and software implementations. […]
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Mobile World Congress 2016. it’s already a week behind us. Putting together the main memories from the event, the words that are swirling around on top of my head are “connected”, “internet of things” and “security”. One can think whether these words are fitting well together today. Indeed, the need for adding more security in IoT […]
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We are pleased to announce we have published our very first white paper about whitebox cryptography algorithms! To achieve a strong security level, cryptography must be implemented in a resilient way to withstand sophisticated attacks aiming to exhibit the secret keys. In our white paper we focus on a specific range of techniques, the side-channel attacks. They […]
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We are pleased to welcome aboard Lionel Riviere and Antoine Wurcker. They both recently successfully defended their doctoral thesis. Lionel explored the “Consequences of Fault Injection Attacks on Embedded Software Design” and Antoine worked on the “Study of Security of Embedded Cryptographic Algorithms against Side-Channel Attacks”. We are very happy to welcome them at eshard.
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We are pleased to announce that Stephen Kirk has joined the board of eshard as a Non-Executive Director. Stephen was formerly a Vice President with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) and has many years of experience in the payments, security and mobile communications industries. He will assist the eshard Executive Leadership Team with the development and implementation […]
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We are currently getting our hands on some connected devices such as for instance Baby Monitors in order to investigate how secure they are. These days it is possible to actually see your baby via the video monitor. But what happens to this video? It is streamed over the internet, but how? Is it encrypted? […]
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