Cryptography Research to Speak on Anti-Counterfeiting IC Design Techniques at DATE 2013 Conference

  Cryptography Research to Speak on Anti-Counterfeiting IC Design Techniques
  at DATE 2013 Conference

Design Automation & Test in Europe 2013

Business Wire

SAN FRANCISCO -- March 20, 2013

Cryptography Research, Inc.:

Who:    Cryptography Research, Inc.
Where:   DATE 2013 Conference
         Alpexpo Espace Alpes Congres
         Grenoble, France
When:    Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. GMT

Cryptography Research (CRI) Technical Director Benjamin Levine will lead a
presentation on design methods to prevent counterfeit chips at the Europe
Design, Automation & Test (DATE) Conference 2013.

During his talk, Mr. Levine will highlight multiple anti-counterfeiting
techniques based on the inclusion of dedicated security logic, while pointing
to specific reverse-engineering methodologies often undertaken by

The presentation is part of a larger DATE 2013 track on anti-counterfeiting,
which represents a significant and growing concern within the electronics
industry as a record high of 1,363 counterfeit-part incidents were reported
worldwide in 2011, representing a $169 billion risk.

Presentation Details:

5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. GMT

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About Cryptography Research

Cryptography Research (CRI), a division of Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS), is a
leader in semiconductor security research and development. Established by
internationally renowned cryptographer Paul Kocher, CRI develops and licenses
innovative technologies in areas including tamper resistance, content
protection, anti-counterfeiting, network security, and financial services.
Over seven billion security products are made each year under license from
CRI. Security systems designed by CRI scientists and engineers protect
hundreds of billions of dollars in commerce annually. Additional information
is available at


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