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App note: Hardware security ICs offer large security returns at a low cost

Posted on Saturday, October 5th, 2013 in app notes by DP

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An application note from Maxim: Hardware security ICs offer large security returns at a low cost

In the face of security vulnerabilities in health and safety applications, governments and industry leaders have focused on security weaknesses in the design and protection of electronic devices. This article explains how using hardware security ICs dramatically reduces the risk of unauthorized access to vital devices, peripherals, and computer systems at a low cost and with minimal impact on designs.

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One Response to “App note: Hardware security ICs offer large security returns at a low cost”

  1. stlman says:

    So basically maxim wants me to trust a US based company with my secrets. Interesting.

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