Rice University Researchers Developed an “Unclonable” Security Key for IoT

Rice University Researchers Developed an “Unclonable” Security Key for IoT

By their very nature, IoT (Internet of Things) ecosystems are designed to network together numerous individual, connected devices. That introduces many potentially insecure points-of-entry. We’re not talking about privacy issues here, though that is a issue in its own right, but rather the overall security of network full of IoT devices. In order to increase that security, researchers from Rice University have created a new “physically unclonable function” based on the imperfections of transistors within a chip.


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