Die Stacking is Happening

(This blog is written to celebrate the two-year anniversary for the worlds' first commercial processor with die-stacking technology, which was released on 6/16/2015, as AMD Fury X GPU)...

If You Build It, Will They Come?

All hardware companies face a conundrum. Should they build a riskier product that has a higher probability of failure, or should they continue the evolutionary trend of their current...

HARDWARE 0-DAYS: PUBLISH, SELL OR HOARD? (PART IV)

What should vendors do when they discover that a hardware 0-day has been used to exploit systems built on their product? Some vulnerabilities may permit vendors to patch the vulnerability...

HARDWARE 0-DAYS: PUBLISH, SELL OR HOARD? (PART III)

What should academics do if they come across a hardware 0-day attack? Obviously, disseminate. But before the vulnerability is made public, it is important to responsibly disclose the...

HARDWARE 0-DAYS: PUBLISH, SELL OR HOARD? (PART II)

What should governments do when they discover a hardware 0-day? In the US, as a matter of policy, any vulnerability that is deemed to affect critical infrastructure is disclosed to the...

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October 17, 2017 in Campinas, Brazil
Call for Papers: SBAC-PAD 2017
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October 15, 2017 in Boson, MA
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