Tortuga Logic provides a Hardware Security Assessment Service (HSA) for a client’s SoC design. An HSA checks a specific design whether it is the total chip, subsystem or IP block and has 2 main components:

  • Security Threat Model
  • A check to ensure there are no vulnerabilities exploitable by the Threat Model within the tested design

 The SoC Designs covered include: RTL, RTL + firmware, and can include on-chip test circuitry. The HSA does not include, off chip software or any physical (i.e. “side-channel”) attacks.

The HSA follows a 6 step process with a set of handoffs, reviews and deliverables between a client and Tortuga Logic.  The process proceeds as follows:

1)      Scope the Design and Threat Model

2)      Proposal

3)      Tortuga Design Access

4)      Security Threat Model Agreement

5)      Assessment

6)      Deliverables

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To learn more about the HSA process or for pricing, please email  Info@Tortugalogic.Com.