NewsGraphene key for novel hardware security

11th May 2021by admin0
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As more private data is stored and shared digitally,
researchers are exploring new ways to protect data against attacks
from bad actors. Current silicon technology exploits microscopic
differences between computing components to create secure keys, but
artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can be used to predict
these keys and gain access to data. Now, Penn State researchers
have designed a way to make the encrypted keys harder to
crack.

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