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Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Do Your Part. Be Cyber Smart.

Posted 10/22/2021 by Mamta Gupta

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) launched this event 18 years ago to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to ensure the country has the resources needed to help keep citizens safe and secure online. To continue to encourage individuals and organizations to take a proactive role in protecting themselves in cyberspace, the theme for this year’s Cybersecurity Awar...

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CyRes vs CySec Title

Cybersecurity and Cyber Resiliency: A Comparison

Posted 09/28/2021 by Mamta Gupta and Eric Sivertson

A HRoT confirms validity of firmware before boot to help ensure a system is cyber resilient (able to to automatically detect/protect/recover from attacks).

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Cyber Resiliency Solutions and Supply Chain Protections for a Post-Pandemic World

Cyber Resiliency Solutions and Supply Chain Protections for a Post-Pandemic World

Posted 04/01/2021 by Eric Sivertson

At a security seminar in March of 2021, Lattice Semiconductor addressed the concepts of cyber resiliency and protecting supply chains from cyberattack.

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Lattice Expands Capabilities of mVision and Sentry Solutions Stacks

Lattice Expands Capabilities of mVision and Sentry Solutions Stacks

Posted 03/01/2021 by Mark Hoopes and Eric Sivertson

Lattice has released new versions of the Lattice mVision and Sentry solutions stacks with new capabilities to help developers quickly and easily implement embedded vision and firmware security applications.

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Lattice Sentry and SupplyGuiard: Dynamic Trust and Hardware Security

Lattice Sentry and SupplyGuard: Dynamic Trust and Hardware Security

Posted 08/12/2020 by Eric Sivertson

The Lattice Sentry solutions stack and SupplyGuard supply chain security service helps protect electronic systems against unauthorized access.

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Is Your Computer Firmware Safe?

New NIST Standard Tackles Latest Attack Vector for Servers

Posted 11/07/2018 by Shyam Chandra

There is an emerging, though not widely known attack vector for hacking a server: firmware. Last month, researchers at ESET published a report on Lojax, a rootkit (firmware hacking tool) believed to have been developed by Sednit, the notorious cyberespionage group linked to Russian military intelligence.

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